Rachel is at her conference, and there's this huge "Empower America" banner over the stage. Rachel's voice-over lets us know that she wants to meet other conservatives in the area and sucker them into giving her a job. There are several shots of Rachel talking to various, mostly doddering, white men. I have seriously not seen one other woman at this thing yet. Get a clue, girl: "Empower America" is obviously shorthand for "Empower White Males Some More."
Back at the house, Puck asks Rachel how her "thing" went, and she's all excited because the "father of the hydrogen bomb" gave her a ride home. In an interview Puck says, "I don't know who Jack Kemp is, but I think her politics are shitty." Well Puck, I do know who Jack Kemp is, and I still think Rachel's politics are shitty. So, once again I'm forced to agree with one of these nudniks.
Rachel is talking to Mohammed about Jack Kemp's plans to sell low-income houses to the people already living in them. Mohammed points out that the people in low-income housing aren't going to have the necessary money saved up to buy a house, and laughs at the idea. Not in a malicious way, but rather in the you-can't-be-serious way that you would laugh at a plan to solve world hunger by issuing everyone Taco Bell food coupons or something. He, quite rightly, asks Rachel where the people are going to get the money to purchase said housing, and Rachel insists that it's a "viable program," but she isn't able to speak over everyone so she snits off, saying, "I obviously can't argue in this house." Which is true, but only because she's unable to shore up her opinions with actual facts -- probably because she doesn't have a real understanding of the issues, and is just parroting what other Republicans have told her. The Dudd voice-over tells us that Rachel was "beyond mad," and, in fact, "hurt."