The Boob Bomb


On the one hand, I don’t want to die, but on the other, imagine the obituary …

And what – all women w/ a C cup or better will be pulled over for a strip search?

@Cynica: oh my. Did she piss off her gheyz?

TJ: pro-immigration reform protest shutting down rush hour downtown Ess Eff.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Good for her. Bill so deserves that–as does she. But honey, get some help with that ‘do.

I feel its my patriotic duty, I will apply to the TSA, I am willing to serve, in the next phase of airline security, the mandatory breast exams.

@Promnight: I’m sure you can get the Official T-Shirt somewheres out there.

@Promnight: Phillis Scafley and Anne Coulter have breasts too, you know.

ADD: So does Mike Huckabee, come to think of it.

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head: Ah, but that’s why the TSA invented profiling.

On a related note, I think the full body scanners are a great idea. I’m tired of explaining to my friendly lotus eater colleagues that yes, Americans really are that fat. It may make those Texans heading off to Cancun in the winter think twice before downing another Big Mac combo if they know they’re going to have to show off their “panhandle” to a bunch of TSA goons.

There are about 1,300 calories in one of those things, which is the minimum daily caloric intake for refugees, earthquake survivors and other disaster victims.

@Mistress Cynica: Is that a mop on her head? Since when does she do chores? Don’t they have people for that?

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: I’d have to see a little more, but at first glance that silver tiger looks flirt-worthy. Go Hilary! (Plus it’s nice to see what looks like genuine joy on her face, makes her seem human, like that pic of her and Bill in the summer of love from way back.)

@Promnight: I’m just surprised it took until the 11th comment.

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head: I’ve always fantasized about wearing a uniform / feeling up Huckabee. I’ll leave you with that image, you can thank me later.

@Nabisco: I just need to know what those scanners will do about cock-rings. I have a trip coming up, such as, and as long as you can guarantee a burly guy in a badge checking out my package, well, I’m ready to agree with you.

Did anyone else get the latest daily fundraising spam from Kucinich? It’s a real hoot. I’m too lazy to unsubscribe from things, it seems easier to just hit the delete button, but in this case I’m glad I had the opportunity to read this dreadful rationalization / plea for forgiveness.

He The FSM-forsaken staff member or consultant who had to write this tripe deserves an award. It goes on and on for days about how the Elf-King thought long and hard about his relationship with Obama the man, and the importance of his historic presidency.

Then comes my favorite paragraph:

This was a particularly hard decision because the private insurance model is something that I don’t support. As I’ve said before, I don’t take back any of the criticisms I’ve made of the bill. This is reform within the context of a for-profit system. And the for-profit system has been quite predatory – it makes money for not providing health care. Now, the reforms in this bill may provide some relief from that impulse. But, nevertheless, I have my work cut out for me now in continuing the effort toward a much broader approach to health care reform, which would include attention to diet, nutrition, complementary alternative medicine, and empowering states to move forward with single-payer.

He COULDN’T RESIST bringing up diet, nutrition, complementary alternative medicine, and, um…empowering the states?

You GO Dennis! Everyone loves a winner! And I’m sure you’re correct that voting for this was the only way to keep the single-payer dream alive.

…Which makes the claims of a government takeover such a joke. You know, those who claim that this is socialism probably don’t know anything about socialism – or capitalism.

Those claims are just part of an effort to destroy the Obama presidency. And, of course, to produce gridlock – so that nothing can happen. Because if this bill goes down, which figured into my calculus – the bill goes down, we’ll be gridlocked. We will be unlikely to pass any meaningful legislation about anything. The presidency will be weakened, the Congress will be in a place where the leadership will be undermined.

Yes, because until now, there was no gridlock. And perhaps, even with gridlock, a majority can sometimes shove its will down the minority’s throat. Anyway, we wouldn’t want to weaken the presidency, oh noes! The executive branch doesn’t have nearly enough power as it is!

You, sir, are a calculus master! I see a great future for you in mathletics.

Why this concern about the “Obama presidency”? The only people who care about the Obama presidency, or any presidency for that matter, are the presidents themselves, and their sycophants. And perhaps Karl Rove and Rahm Emanuel, but only because that’s what they’re paid to care about.

(Please note, this does not violate my vow to stop complaining about the HCR itself; I reserve the right to whine incessantly about the idiocy of politics as practiced in US America.)

@Mistress Cynica: Not to mention that army blanket she’s wearing. What’s with the boob-flaps? Would you carry your cell-phone in one of those pockets? Or pin money?

Looks scratchy.

@Original Andrew:

Shorter Kucinich: Redundant expression.

@Tommmcatt Loves The Giant Floating Head: You know, really, there is no such thing as a bad breast. Boobies are the most pure form of “good” on earth, they are the closest a material thing can come to a Platonic ideal.

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