that on the day of the biggest American election in 2012 (to date) CNN has shown exclusively coverage of the British royal family.
For a second, I thought they had stopped, when they were discussing “What happens when 90 year old men get bladder infections” then I realized, that they were covering Prince Phillip’s bladder infection.
I am not making this up. I could not make this up.
I’ve always suspected CNN’s Rob Marciano may not actually be a meteorologist…I’m not sure if this image supports that suspicion or disputes it.
Incidentally, please don’t send me internet proof of his meteorology cred. I prefer not knowing.
The defense sounds like slick advertising for the contraceptive industry: To be a healthy woman, you need contraception. All the successful women use it. You can’t live without it.
Should I so easily accept the implication that I need to alter a part of myself that’s working properly in order to be free or fulfilled? I find this premise tremendously offensive. To me, this exerts pressure tantamount to that felt by women who purge after eating to attain or maintain a particular body image. It encourages women to think that their value is somehow intrinsically tied to how sexually available and desirable they are.
Your new front-runner is one of your old front runners, Newt Gingrich. I would like to take a moment to revel: I cannot personally tell you how pleased I am to see old Newt rise to the top after listening to all of your nauseating, sickening lectures on the evils of government and the importance of family values.
Now, you guys have to deal with a $1.6 million Freddie Mac consultant (who says he wasn’t a lobbyist) who has been married three times. Hope you, at least, enjoy the Super Bowl. It could be your last hurrah for a while.
PS — As my former boss once said, I feel your pain. That’s why I didn’t mention Rick Perry.