One of my all time favorite cinematic moments is the shopping scene from Pretty Woman, starring Julia Roberts. I know I’m not the only woman who loves this scene. The one where Vivienne, the smart, gorgeous prostitute played by Julia Roberts, is being catered to at a fancy clothing store in Rodeo Drive, courtesy of … More Pretty Woman Remake Starring Sarah Palin
An unqualified, inexperienced, gun-toting, American-flag bikini-wearing pretty face. And don’t get me started on the Hillary comparisons. Really? You’re going to compare an inexperienced, hillbilly, to an accomplished, experienced, intelligent woman? What exactly are we comparing here? That both women have vagina? That’s about the only thing that these candidates have in common. And as far … More Qualified Shmalified… After 8 Years of Cheney, the Republicans are Ready for a Pretty Face
Rumor has it that McCain is going to pick Mitt Romney as his Vice Presidential running mate. Is that the best he can come up with? Makes sense to me. If you’re lagging behind Obama in fundraising, why not pick a VP who can act like an ATM. Romney will write the checks, and McCain … More McCain/Romney GOP’s Dream Ticket?
I really think you can get a good idea about a man, by looking at his wife. And I like Barack Obama a lot more, because of his wife Michelle. She is an intelligent, accomplished, outspoken woman. Sadly for her, these are qualities that can get a woman in trouble (see Hillary Clinton, Teresa Heinz … More Michelle Obama Under Attack
Apparently, Huckabee won all 18 of West Virginia’s delegates. Now, I’m not saying that only hillbillies live in West Virginia… I’m just saying that A LOT of hillbillies live in West Virginia and they tend to vote Republican. Scary. Not that the rest of the Republican candidates aren’t as bad, but at least McCain is … More Hillbillies for Huckabee! Huckabee Takes West Virginia
How many people does it take to announce “Madame Speaker, the President of United States”? If you said 2, you’re right! On this momentous occasion, the last State of the Union by President Bush, it took two people to announce his arrival. In the past, this arduous task was handled by one person.