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Video: Gov. Perdue continues to avoid Democratic Party controversy

Gov. Bev Perdue -- the de facto head of the state Democratic Party -- spoke to reporters after a luncheon Tuesday in Raleigh and continued her refusal to comment on the controversy at party headquarters that led to the resignation of Executive Director Jay Parmley. She called it a personnel matter -- and didn't respond to questions about whether she knew about the scandal months ago and didn't do anything about it. At one point, upon repeated questioning, she tells a reporter to: "Get over it." (One minute into video.)

(Meanwhile, other top N.C. Democrats are calling for Party Chairman David Parker to resign. Perdue did not sign the letter.)


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Really party matter!!!!

This is so funny..look at her eyes... good schools is that all she can speak about, how bout making teachers accountable??


Dont you just LOVE to see her SQUIRM??? 


yeah BEV, if this were so serious WHY didnt you do something back in December?

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