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If Congress thought it could eliminate Planned Parenthood's federal funding without hearing about it from Erin Gibson, then they don't know much about the feisty Texan. infoMania's "Modern Lady" correspondent takes on Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN), Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) and their media mouthpieces for messing with an organization that provides women with affordable access to everything from contraception to cervical cancer screenings to great donuts. Please forward this video to your local Congressman. Or Congresslady - sorry, Erin!
For good reason, no woman has ever had the balls, moxie or delusion to claim the title of "the world's premiere basic cable expert on lady stuff."
Meet Erin Gibson. She's freakishly tall, sort of smart, and willing to do just about anything to get a bemused chuckle.
Her segment, Modern Lady, on infoMania, is dedicated to reporting and commenting on what's happening on Planet Lady.*
*The asterisk next to "Planet Lady" is actually a typo.
For more Erin visit: http://current.com/shows/infomania/modern-lady/ and Current TV
infoMania is a half-hour comedy show that airs weekly on Current TV. Picture the ultimate office water-cooler, only with funnier co-workers who willingly stay up late imbibing all forms of media so you don't have to. Caveat: Bring your own water. Hosted by Brett Erlich and co-starring Sergio Cilli, Erin Gibson, Ben Hoffman and Bryan Safi, infoMania airs on Thursdays at 11/10c on Current TV.
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