Sunday, November 11, 2007

Bigger leaves means less promiscuity

pro·mis·cu·ous adj.
1. Having casual sexual relations frequently with different partners; indiscriminate in the choice of sexual partners.
2. Lacking standards of selection; indiscriminate.

I suppose the wooden candidate who hopes to be a real president some day apparently has a way to go before mastering English, humor or even reality for that matter. Parading his hairdo, his wardrobe and his professional smile around Manchester New Hampshire yesterday, he attempted to joke with a young couple about the size of the leaves on a tree in their yard.
"Adam and Eve would not have looked as promiscuous if they had had leaves this big"
was the result. Is this an insight into the extraordinarily vacant mind of Mr. Romney or did Adam and Eve have other choices of partnership? In any event, it's obvious that he shouldn't be allowed to ad lib or even be let loose on the public without one of those boxes George Bush wore on his back during the last election's debates.

Mitt also met a military man who expressed his concerns about the troops overseas and said he wanted a change. Mitt brushed him off with the same vapid mechanical dismissal he used on the man in the wheelchair who had asked him why he couldn't use cannabis to ease the pain and nausea of chemotherapy. "I'm a little more encouraged than you are," he said "Take a close look."

Perhaps we should all take a close look at Mitt, whose long experience in the dangerous aisles of Brooks Brothers and grueling hours at the hairdresser make him qualified to be encouraged where brave men fear to tread. It's not just his moronic jokes, but his arrogant dismissal of human misery and his self-assured ignorance that make him seem frighteningly like George W. Bush with a better wardrobe.


expatbrian said...

Well, you have given the exact reasons why, if the democrats were to completely blow the election somehow, Romney will easily be our next president. He's good looking, rich and has a great smile. To the typical American voter, that's all that is important.

Capt. Fogg said...

Unfortunately, their ability to blow it rivals the Chicago Cubs. Florida polls show that shitweasel Guiliani ahead of Hillary and it appears that people are still willing to believe the Democrats are the" big government" party that will raise their taxes despite the fact that the Republicans are more likely to put them in a place where they won't have any income to tax.