Network News

X My Profile
View More Activity

NFL condemns Clinton Portis' remarks about Ines Sainz situation

Clinton Portis' comments on Ines Sainz and the presence of women in the locker room has drawn a swift response from the NFL.

"The comments are clearly inappropriate, offensive and and have no place in the NFL," league spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement (tweeted by The New York Times' Judy Battista). "We have contacted the Redskins & they will discuss the matter directly w/Mr. Portis."

By Cindy Boren  |  September 14, 2010; 1:33 PM ET
Categories:  Clinton Portis , NFL  
Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati   Google Buzz   Previous: Jets' Kris Jenkins has torn ACL, is out for the season
Next: Poll: Weigh in on Clinton Portis' comments about Ines Sainz


This whole thing is BS.

The Men's locker room just minutes after a football game is not a place for women, anymore than a women's locker room would be a place for a man.

If equal opportunity is the issue, then make all reporters wait until these guys and can get a shower and put their pants on, for god's sake.

The NFL has now blown this up bigger than Ines did, or intended to. Deal with reality, guys.

Posted by: shaunsherman12 | September 14, 2010 2:03 PM | Report abuse

Of course they'll have to retract his foot out of his mouth first.

Posted by: RedCherokee | September 14, 2010 2:14 PM | Report abuse

Gotta agree with the above poster. A male locker room is not a place for women to go. When can a man go into a womans locker room?

Of course this is a sexualized situation. Whenever the opposite sex is allowed in a place where the other sex takes off all their clothes there is a serious problem. It's stupid that they should even be allowed in there. And even more so that they are coming in wearing "hot-mama apple bottom jeans".

Like Chris Rock said, if I put on a police uniform I have no right to get mad that people ask me for help. That's what the uniform is for.

If you dress like a girl going to "da club" don't get mad if guys act like you are at "da club".

Sure, you have the right to dress as you please. But you have to be cognizant of the fact that people respond to your appearance. And if you dress less like a professional and more like a club girl...

I can't stand the double standard. You can't put on a clown suit, go into any board room in America, and expect to be taken seriously. Along the same lines, you can't dress like a club girl, hang out with football players, and expect to be taken seriously.

These are facts of life. Grow up.

Posted by: 20yrskinfan | September 14, 2010 2:25 PM | Report abuse

So if it's OK for females to be in male locker rooms when are we going to see female super star celebrities in the delivery room? Since they profit from their notoriety, all things news worthy should be fair game for reporters. Oh wait - were talking about women here so not to worry.

Posted by: Bcamp55 | September 14, 2010 2:27 PM | Report abuse

This is BS...would the NFL say the same thing to 'sweethearts' Peyton, Brady or Brees?

That chick is all but on the 'pole' with her gear...The NFL should setup interviews AFTER players have had time to shower and dress PERIOD. They created this environment, they can change it.

They want the 'heat' but don't want the HEAT and you can't have it both ways.

Posted by: kahlua87 | September 14, 2010 2:33 PM | Report abuse

Suggest Mike Wise be assigned to cover Mystics games next year and hangout in the locker room!

Posted by: Stevie-J | September 14, 2010 2:37 PM | Report abuse

Inez Sainz has a fantastic figure and dresses according to standards for women on television in Mexico.

I agree that the locker room is a place that is less formal and serious than a press conference, and Sainz has even said that they didn't say anything that bad.

She is great looking. Mexican televsion is a lot sexier than television in the USA.

Posted by: blasmaic | September 14, 2010 2:42 PM | Report abuse



Posted by: shadon1 | September 14, 2010 2:44 PM | Report abuse

What bunch of overpaid, entitled, babies some of these players are- spoiled rotten to the core. What a painful strrreeeaaaach it must be for these knckelscrapers to have to 'think' of women as anything other than sex objects. Another reason to boycott the Redskins...

Posted by: soccerhead | September 14, 2010 2:48 PM | Report abuse

Portis is right. A locker room right after a game is no place for a woman.

Posted by: thorhero | September 14, 2010 2:56 PM | Report abuse

Why is Clinton wrong, it's not only the truth it's human nature. You have a attractive woman in a locker of attractive, athletic, rich men. Ok so what someone "hit" on her, she probably gets hit on approx. 500 times a day in some form. The players are naked walking around, and here she is standing there in booty jeans.

Posted by: wdt32 | September 14, 2010 2:56 PM | Report abuse

What's all this about her clothing? Dressed like a hooker!? Gimme a break! She was wearing a pair of blue jeans and a long-sleeve white blouse with a full collar. She wasn't in a mini-skirt with a halter top with her "girls" bouncing about. She was fully clothed in appropriate garb for spending the day at an outdoor practice on the sidelines.

Calling a professional Latina sports-reporter a Mexic#nt (or whatever) is just uncalled for. Saying she had it coming because she had on blue jeans and a long-sleeved blouse is borderline misogynistic.

Of course Ms. Sainz has probably heard worse and she wasn't the one who called attention to the incident. It was another female reporter who heard the comments...

Posted by: pasifikawv | September 14, 2010 2:59 PM | Report abuse

Ban all locker room interviews. Its a disgrace treating players like MEAT in a grocery store. Let these tired gladiators shower and change before harassing them with a mic.

Posted by: jercha | September 14, 2010 2:59 PM | Report abuse

If someone said something "inappropiate" at a formal press conference thats one thing. SHE was in the locker room of a professional football team. It's like putting a female horse in a stable with a thoroughbread. Get the picture. Please she likes the attention, she even said it wasn't that deep. Let me guess the women journalist that are offended, probably don't wear booty jeans to work.

Posted by: wdt32 | September 14, 2010 3:01 PM | Report abuse

Male/Female locker room is not a place to conduct an interview. Why the reporters (male/female) cannot wait for them to be interviewed in an appropriate place?

Posted by: inva | September 14, 2010 3:03 PM | Report abuse

No she did just have "a pair of jeans on", she spray painted her bottom blue.

Posted by: wdt32 | September 14, 2010 3:03 PM | Report abuse

Let me ask this question, why would a male reporter even want to be in the locker room standing to a naked man asking him questions? Any reporters in the locker seem inappropiate. What ground breaking story is going to come out of a bunch of naked football players, that can't be reported until they shower and come out of the locker room.

Posted by: wdt32 | September 14, 2010 3:07 PM | Report abuse

I'll tell you what has no place in the NFL: ANY reporters in the locker room. They don't need to be in there.

Posted by: shanks1 | September 14, 2010 3:11 PM | Report abuse

No she did just have "a pair of jeans on", she spray painted her bottom blue.

Posted by: wdt32

Her jeans were no more form-fitting than the tight jersey pants the male athletes wear at practice... Form-fitting jeans are not hooker clothing or inappropriate for attending an informal, open practice session on a sunny, summer afternoon... Certainly not grounds for derogatory harassment…

Posted by: pasifikawv | September 14, 2010 3:20 PM | Report abuse

Is this a joke? Did Greg Aiello even read what Portis said? I read it and found nothing controversial or disrespectful at all. I can see maybe taking action on the Jets players if they were taunting a female reporter, but Portis was simply commenting on the facts of having beautiful young women in a the locker room of naked men. What's he supposed to say when asked? Lie about the obvious?

If the NFL is "contacting the Redskins" about this, I hope the team sticks up for their player because this is absurd.

And by the way, do male reporters interview female tennis players as they are coming out of the shower?

And while were asking, why the hell are any reporters interviewing nude athletes? They can't give these men or women a little dignity and wait a half hour before asking there inane question and getting a cliched answer in return?

Posted by: bigfoot1 | September 14, 2010 3:27 PM | Report abuse

This is so dumb...I agree with all those that said that a locker room is no place for reporters. Have a media room for that and require players to do a certain amount of time after they've gotten themselves together (i.e. dressed). The other female reporters in the locker room didn't complain of getting harrassed themselves, but complained on Sainz's behalf. It's not some kind of culture of harrassment, it's damn near provocation.

In other news, my new goal is to get press credentials for the 2012 Olympics so I can go into the Women's Beach Volleyball locker room.

Posted by: DocHolliday1906 | September 14, 2010 3:28 PM | Report abuse

Women in a locker room with naked men is yet another example of how sick and twisted liberals in this country are.... It was a "rights" issue for female reporters? How about the guy's right not to be forced to undress in front of the opposite sex? You Dems are really obscene, degrading, and disgusting!

Posted by: Capitalist-1 | September 14, 2010 3:29 PM | Report abuse

That clip is very telling. She says she had no problem with anything that went on in the locker room and didnt mind the catcalls as she felt the players were just joking around. Another female reporter (most likely American right?) filed the complaint on her behalf without her knowledge of it.

So basically she dresses in a very provocative fashion and is not upset with the reactions it draws from players, but another female reporter believes that having your ass and boobs hanging out in the locker room should result in being treated with the utmost respect and professionalism.

Lighten up American ladies!

Posted by: divi3 | September 14, 2010 3:29 PM | Report abuse

No she did just have "a pair of jeans on", she spray painted her bottom blue.

Posted by: wdt32

Her jeans were no more form-fitting than the tight jersey pants the male athletes wear at practice... Form-fitting jeans are not hooker clothing or inappropriate for attending an informal, open practice session on a sunny, summer afternoon... Certainly not grounds for derogatory harassment…

Posted by: pasifikawv | September 14, 2010 3:20 PM | Report abuse
What the heck is your problem? Are you one of those feminist? You have said some utterly ridiculous comment, but some how you think men wearing tight pants is inappropriate. Nevermind that they wear pads underneath. Nevermind that they have to wear this attire that only seems practical in a contact sport that requires some one to grab/tackle them. And some how you equate a woman's backside to a man's backside. That's funny I don't recall seeing men wearing form-fitting pants to show their 'figure'. Get a life!!!!

Posted by: meatkins | September 14, 2010 3:43 PM | Report abuse

I don't know how you guys walk around with those things anyway LOL

Posted by: mimo1 | September 14, 2010 3:46 PM | Report abuse

Is Portis gay?

Posted by: kinkysr | September 14, 2010 4:01 PM | Report abuse

I've always thought it was inappropriate to have reporters of any gender in the locker room. It's an invasion of privacy. How would you like to have live television cameras in your bathroom?

Posted by: PepperDr | September 14, 2010 4:07 PM | Report abuse

The Jets say they never intend
To hurt the reporters they send
Any offensive lines;
Theyre just staring at Sainz
That point to their need at tight end.

News Short n' Sweet by JFD8

Posted by: jd121 | September 14, 2010 4:09 PM | Report abuse

Give me a break and give Clinton one as well. Of course there can be women reporters but it is perfectly OK for a man to say it is uncomfortable to have a woman looking at their junk. The media and the NFL are getting a little over sensitive.

Posted by: jason5 | September 14, 2010 4:13 PM | Report abuse

Whatever words or phrases were uttered in the Jets locker room after practice likely pales in comparison to the raunchy stuff Ms. Sainz has heard over the years covering sport throughout Latin America where "machismo" rules the day, discrimination and harassment in the workplace is the norm, and domestic violence is tolerated. I doubt she even blushed.

That said, this if the NFL and it is the MOST successful professional sports league because the "shield" means something and the NFL expects that values and morals we hold dear as a nation should be reflected by the players, coaches and organizations that represent that "shield."

Sexism, harassment, double-standards, and the degradation of women have no place in today's NFL - especially not in front of reports...

Posted by: pasifikawv | September 14, 2010 4:14 PM | Report abuse

What is it gonna take for the NFL to stop this practice. Goodell seems like a reasonable man. Who wants to be interviewed while they are half-naked, whether by male or female. Having said that:

SO MUCH FOR THE LOW PROFILE CLINTON. WHAT A STUPID MAN! These guys can't help themselves or they just HAVE to be the center of attention. The latter is probably more correct.

It's only a matter of time before T.O. and Chad Johnson do something stupid also, watch.

Posted by: keedrow | September 14, 2010 4:20 PM | Report abuse

how dare portis bring to light the ridiculousness of allowing a female reporter in the locker room with naked athletes. i want my press pass to the womens volleyball locker room now. so he mentioned there's 53 packages on display in a locker room? what exactly is the news? he didn't condone any vicious behavior. all he said was there would be a lot of looking. the guys would be looking at her, and she would probably be looking at the guys. that's common sense. and i think he's also trying to say that a woman in the locker room right after the game isn't appropriate.

Posted by: destewar | September 14, 2010 4:25 PM | Report abuse

Women in a locker room with naked men is yet another example of how sick and twisted liberals in this country are.... It was a "rights" issue for female reporters? How about the guy's right not to be forced to undress in front of the opposite sex? You Dems are really obscene, degrading, and disgusting!

Posted by: Capitalist-1 | September 14, 2010 3:29 PM | Report abuse

I know some Republicans that get a boner just looking at Ms. Sainz. Can your argument chump.

Posted by: cbmuzik | September 14, 2010 4:26 PM | Report abuse

Female newscasters got what they asked for. You have to take the good with the bad, since you wanted "equal rights". I am a female but there are certain areas you should not have access to. Would you want men in the shower area while you're taking one? Athletes should have their privacy after a game, male and female.

Posted by: skinfreak | September 14, 2010 4:34 PM | Report abuse

I would really like to interview the UMD womens lacross team in the locker room after a game. How do I do it? Awesome

Posted by: j751 | September 14, 2010 5:05 PM | Report abuse

With all the noise surrounding this issue, I though someone was "tappin' dat azz" in the locker room or something like that. It's not like they sent Barbara Walters in the locker room and this happen. LOOK AT THE WOMAN, SHE'S A FREAKIN' MODEL!!!! The NFL needs to just change the rule and keep everyone out of the locker room until after people get a chance to shower and get some pants on at the minimum. I don't care who it is but if I just finished playing 4QTS of ball, I wouldn't want a woman or a man hanging over me trying to get a comment, when my junk hanging out. Give me 30 minutes alone to shower and get some pants on the come and ask me questions.

Posted by: ajb1094 | September 14, 2010 5:05 PM | Report abuse

Re: Capitalist-1

You my friend are retarded.

Posted by: eternale5150 | September 14, 2010 5:06 PM | Report abuse

This whole thing is the height of hypocrisy. Anyone who has seen the movie 'Saving Private Ryan' will hear what soldiers say in the heat of combat. It is not something you want your wife or daughter exposed to. Are men allowed in the Mystics locker room right after a game? No they are not. Why? Because the ladies are changing their clothes, showering, and might be walking around naked. Why are women allowed in mens locker rooms when the men might be angry after a game or naked? Because the poobaars in the NFL are trying to hype their product. I wonder how may wives or girlfriends are OK with females around their men when they might be naked.

Posted by: Jimof1913 | September 14, 2010 5:06 PM | Report abuse

If I recall I don't think they let men into the womens locker rooms for all the womens sports. If so then the rules don't apply the same as they do to men.

Posted by: creepyjackolopeeye | September 14, 2010 5:11 PM | Report abuse

Male reporters are allowed in WNBA locker rooms postgame. Whether there's any reporters actually covering WNBA games is a different story.

Posted by: HowdyDCU | September 14, 2010 5:21 PM | Report abuse

Talk about "Political Correctness" - its a modern version of McCarthyism. Leave Portis alone, and let men alone in the locker room. After everyone is dressed, then let the press in. This way, there is no gender discrimination and no sexual tension. Portis' comments were really tame. C'mon!

Posted by: dano3 | September 14, 2010 5:22 PM | Report abuse

Which one of these hosebags AWSM members actually did the snitching? Ines says she didn't say anything but another female reporter was offended and did.

Who is the hosebag who snitched?

I bet she looks like man...she struck a blow for fugly broads everywhere by getting 2-for-1 even with hot chicks and athletes caught up in her own fugly insecurity. Probably was Christine Brennan, with her Frankenstein head and baby Leno chin...

Posted by: kahlua87 | September 14, 2010 5:30 PM | Report abuse

Ms. 'Hottest Sports Reporter' or whatever she calls herself, is nothing but a gold-digging garden tool (yes, I went there), and all she's trying to do is create a reality show moment out of a stupid and innocuous 'uncomfortable' situation. Speaking of which, how long before we see her 'situation' and the rest of her bid'ness on the cover of Maxim magazine? I'd say in 3..2..1

Posted by: guisher | September 14, 2010 5:32 PM | Report abuse

When women can play running back ... or strong safety ... or linebacker, then let them in the locker room. Otherwise, they should stay outside until men are dressed.

Posted by: JPMcC | September 14, 2010 5:34 PM | Report abuse

if women in the locker room HAVE to be allowed, then why aren't there more men allowed to be nurses in maternity wards? Oh, the women aren't comfortable around men. oh...I see.

Posted by: slydell | September 14, 2010 5:41 PM | Report abuse

Ines who???

Posted by: mimo1 | September 14, 2010 5:50 PM | Report abuse

the nfl is getting to be as dictatorial as the nba,but we must remember whom they are trying to appease.the image of both of these leagues is already well established ,so by going after portis,who in my estimation is on point with his comments,will only detract from what already is in place.the reality is,it is what it is.

Posted by: billydee123 | September 14, 2010 6:13 PM | Report abuse

"the nfl is getting to be as dictatorial..."
Getting to be? There is no business in America that as dictatorial as the NBA, not even the Government can suspend a worker for having sleazy sex in a bathroom or punish a worker for having a barfight.

The NFL has too much power, it has perverted a BUSINESS anti-trust exemption and made it a SOCIAL one, in effect giving themselves the powers of a god.

The NFLPA has to grab some power back from the NFL Owners, and/or take their case to Congress and try to get the NFL's anti-trust exemption eliminated.

This episode gives yet another example, the NFL forces the players to give interviews while being naked, WHY?!?!?

What other American business can force it's workers to dehumanize & debase themselves for a mere interview?

The NFLPA should be all over this.

Posted by: ArmchairGM | September 14, 2010 6:40 PM | Report abuse

Are men allowed in the locker room after a NWFA game? She had no business being in there even citing freedom of the press. That is a judgement call. If she is going to put herself in that situation and they are going to allow it, a disclaimer should be brought into action that protects both parties from each other. This sexual harassment garbage has gone far enough. It is abused anyway by women that bait men into compromising situations by being provocative with no consequences. Adults stand up and be adults. Stop crying and whining like you don't know how to take care of yourself. If you can't go out in public and function, STAY HOME!

Posted by: AnotherHotMess | September 14, 2010 6:48 PM | Report abuse

Wait a minute. He didn't drink and drive, rape, beat anyone, or act a fool, but he's still getting grilled for mentioning men tend to glance at pretty women?
He has to apologize for this?
I thought every straight male did this.

Posted by: mogwai2000 | September 14, 2010 6:57 PM | Report abuse

Here's a practical argument. How many of the players wife's would like a "Hot ta def" model report in the locker room when their husband is stark naked looking at his junk? Not any I bet.

Posted by: ajb1094 | September 14, 2010 7:04 PM | Report abuse

Shut UP Clinton! You're commenting on something that has NOTHING to do with you OR your team.

Posted by: caphcky | September 14, 2010 8:16 PM | Report abuse

The politically correct goons win again. Thanks NFL for proving that you are too gutless to stand up to morally bankrupt feminists.

Posted by: Barno1 | September 14, 2010 8:22 PM | Report abuse

Portis is functionally illiterate and like Santana Moss should not be allowed within 50 feet of a microphone. the skins need to teach ESL to their players and then allow them to speak. I am surprised he did not spray her with baby batter in celebration of his inspiring performance of 63 yds. on 18 carries and one run of 18 on a blown assignment. He makes me proud to be a life long Washingtonian. But he is second only to Barney Frank's childhood lover Jerry Smith who got some bad spam in the back seat and is no longer with us.

Posted by: doyouktt | September 14, 2010 9:04 PM | Report abuse

It seems to me that the teams have no choice but to enact a policy regarding female reporters in the locker room before, during and after each game or you will see a domino effect of sexual harrassment suits pop up throughout the league in the not too distant future. Actually, I'm very surprised that the NFL hasn't dealt with this already, given the fact that a good handful of NFL employees are attorneys. And as far as Portis goes, there was nothing controversal about his comments and the NFL needs to just let this go and worry more about the issue at hand.

Posted by: EKamenski | September 14, 2010 10:11 PM | Report abuse

For all you idiots that don't know what you're talking about (and that's most of you), Portis is off base, the Jets are off base, and your whole argument is based on a pack of lies. For a better perspective:

Posted by: mbagdes1 | September 14, 2010 10:15 PM | Report abuse

I don't know why broads are even involved in football in the first place. It's a man's game.

Posted by: ftlmikeflorida | September 14, 2010 10:24 PM | Report abuse

This is called being progressive. It is progress that women go into mens locker rooms and talk to them while they are buck naked. Just like every liberal cause, this is just stupid. Hail Clinton, they ask you to be a man on the field and be a fearful a*s kisser in the locker room. What she wears is not the issue, where she is at is the whole issue. I agree, let the athletes shower and dress and then have a news conference. The President does not have a news conference in the shower after he plays golf. The people may have questions, but it is not necessary to do it in the nude. JERK OFFS

Posted by: 1bmffwb | September 14, 2010 11:59 PM | Report abuse

Just listened to this, Clinton didn't even know about the story when he was asked the question, he made a general statement about women in the locker room. I don't see what he said that is so offensive... when are men going to be allowed in women's locker rooms?

Posted by: ZeroHero0 | September 15, 2010 1:00 AM | Report abuse

This whole thing is really too stupid for prime time. Poor Clinton just can't get hold of the concept that a guy making millions of dollars a year to play a game isn't allowed to even have an opinion, much less blurt out some true statement, in the hypersensitive PC world of sports media. This time, unlike his previous comments defending Micheal Vick's dog fighting, he was not defending the commission of a felony. He was only expressing his opinion. And it should be obvious to any mature person with half a brain that if you put an attractive young female in a locker room full of fifty sweaty, naked young jocks, just coming down off an adrenelin high, then something politically ingorrect is probably going to be said, now and then. So, what's the big deal about? I think it's the NFL and American society that needs to grow up about circumstances like that, not the players. What a farce!

Posted by: Doowadiddy | September 15, 2010 6:10 AM | Report abuse

That's B.S.. Listen to the broadcast. Portis didn't offer an opinion about the women. He was led into it by Mike Wise who even made a comment about her inappropriate attire in the locker room. This is why athletes don't talk to the media. It's ridiculous.

Posted by: mss627 | September 15, 2010 6:52 AM | Report abuse

Idiots. When a broad walks around dressed like that, she's begging for attention, and she likes it. Nothing wrong with this picture. Nothing.

Posted by: password11 | September 15, 2010 8:29 AM | Report abuse

If members of the press, irrespective of sex, can walk around in the locker rooms while the players are showering, listen. I write fairly well. Would the Post please hire me to cover women's tennis?


Posted by: FergusonFoont | September 15, 2010 9:07 AM | Report abuse

The big boob job and the tight-fitting clothes Sainz wears during interviews suggests that she's looking for attention. I can't know for certain, but to quote the great Dave Chappelle, "you may not be a [hoe], but you're wearing a [hoe's] uniform." So don't act surprised when someone mistakes you for a hoe.

Posted by: paul6554 | September 15, 2010 9:25 AM | Report abuse

Whenever the media is allowed inside the locker room, women have just as much right to be there as men. If the NFL wants to restrict all locker room access until players are dressed (as the WNBA does), that's fine, but two sets of rules are not.

If Jets players or team officials had a problem with the way Ms. Sainz dressed or conducted herself, they should have quietly addressed those issues with her network. If they felt her behavior was inappropriate, they should have revoked her credential. There is no excuse for treating her in an unprofessional manner, and no excuse for inappropriate comments directed towards her. Players need to act professional and know the difference between a woman at a club and a woman doing her job.

Posted by: CommieX | September 15, 2010 9:47 AM | Report abuse

PORTIS POCKETS STRAIT! Learn to say " NO COMMENT" its better for your career both on and off the field! I guess CP didnt learn this at the "U" !

Posted by: rlomax67 | September 15, 2010 9:48 AM | Report abuse

WTF? Greg Aiello & the NFL should stick to getting a CBA done.

Posted by: StikeDC1 | September 15, 2010 2:08 PM | Report abuse

NFL, it really is the NO FUN LEAGUE. WTF? These guys did nothing worthy of rporting about. It is total B.S. They are acting as if they dragged her in the shower and had there way with her. Get a F?$@!*& life and leave these guy's alone.

Posted by: sackslinger | September 16, 2010 3:37 AM | Report abuse

Post a Comment

We encourage users to analyze, comment on and even challenge's articles, blogs, reviews and multimedia features.

User reviews and comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments or material will be removed from the site. Additionally, entries that are unsigned or contain "signatures" by someone other than the actual author will be removed. Finally, we will take steps to block users who violate any of our posting standards, terms of use or privacy policies or any other policies governing this site. Please review the full rules governing commentaries and discussions.

characters remaining

RSS Feed
Subscribe to The Post

© 2010 The Washington Post Company