Y'all are a bunch of wankers!

How about obama's package?

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/07/19/AR2007071902668.html - Hillary Clinton's Tentative Dip Into New Neckline Territory

Unbelievable. Listen to this:

She was talking on the Senate floor about the burdensome cost of higher education. She was wearing a rose-colored blazer over a black top. The neckline sat low on her chest and had a subtle V-shape. The cleavage registered after only a quick glance. No scrunch-faced scrutiny was necessary. There wasn't an unseemly amount of cleavage showing, but there it was. Undeniable.

Women are equal. Sure.

She does look pretty good though. I am thinking about getting some plastic surgery done too. *Everything* droops after 40. I am just not sure what to have done yet.
Permalink son of parnas 
July 20th, 2007 11:39pm
Seems no big deal, I think the outfit is pretty conservative overall.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 20th, 2007 11:50pm
Well, Obama's black, so he's obviously well-hung.
Permalink Send private email Ward 
July 20th, 2007 11:52pm
No, that is a lot of skin.
Permalink Bot Berlin 
July 20th, 2007 11:52pm
>Women are equal. Sure.

I suspect that a guy with a bit of ball visible might get as much attention.
Permalink DF 
July 21st, 2007 8:53am
right. cos balls are just like breasts.

in canada perhaps?
Permalink $-- 
July 21st, 2007 8:58am
What is like breasts then? A politician with some pecs showing? That would get considerable coverage.

Indeed, when men pay any attention on their pruning and pluckage, they _DO_ get plenty of attention for it (expensive haircuts, Japananese PMs that look like Elvis, and so on). Boohooing that showing some cleavage gets attention is just asinine, because men have already been overwhelmingly limited to a standard penguin suit.
Permalink DF 
July 21st, 2007 9:30am

Hopeful to the throne of Canada. His chances were pretty much eviscerated when he arrived at a news conference in a wet suit on a jetski. Oh, equality indeed!
Permalink DF 
July 21st, 2007 9:34am
setting store about these things over content of what they actually say is utterly asinine, anyhow. it's just so utterly unimportant. which is no doubt why people focus on it ...
Permalink $-- 
July 21st, 2007 9:36am
seven years back DF. "Day won the by-election on September 11, 2000, arriving at his first news conference on a Jet Ski wearing a wetsuit."
Permalink more rercent? 
July 21st, 2007 9:55am

The republican't nominated a sex fiend to run, and when it came out just how bad of a sex fiend he was, Obama won.
Permalink Peter 
July 21st, 2007 10:55am
The C2 site points out that Jack Ryan was derailed by /wanting/ Jeri to attend the sex clubs, not the deed itself.

Like I've said in the past, America would have been better to have been settled by some group other than the Puritans.
Permalink Send private email xampl 
July 21st, 2007 12:43pm
Because then we could elect people who want to go sex clubs?  oh, what a transformational change that would be.
Permalink lz 
July 21st, 2007 1:40pm
>about these things over content of what they actually say is utterly asinine

There's a lot of reporting by a lot of reporters. They all cover different things, and consumers demand different things.

Free country, after all.
Permalink DF 
July 21st, 2007 2:22pm
Yeah, I forgot about that. Borg sextress 7 of 9 being instrumental in the saga of how an Kenyan became president? Only in America! PS we rule.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 21st, 2007 4:25pm
A counterpoint to the OP would be this one:

Permalink Send private email Ward 
July 21st, 2007 5:15pm
During the procedure Vice President Dick Cheney assumed presidential power. Bush reclaimed presidential power at 9:21 a.m. after about two hours.  During which time Cheney had ordered strikes on Iran and Syria and signed an executive order releasing Halliburton from federal taxes indefinitely .
Permalink Gandolf 
July 21st, 2007 9:24pm

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