"It was like a drunk being thrown out of a bar," Shea-Porter said. "They tossed us where nobody would have access to us."The women only recently decided to speak about the incident:
Mayer and Shea-Porter didn't reveal their story until recently. "We don't want our husbands to get fired over this," Shea-Porter said. "But I got to thinking about it. My father was a lawyer and a very strong Republican, and he always used to tell me, 'If not you, who? If not now, when?"'
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