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September 4, 2009

Sweet Little Lies

Rule 5 Fodder: Please do not watch this sexist & gratuitous video which was placed here only because it shares the same title as this post.

Nowadays — we have the quickening. And I do not think things are staying the same. The lies being told are so much more brazen. We can have a “public option” on our national healthcare, with no rationing. Nobody has any reason to oppose His Glorious Wonderfulness’ ideas, other than their own unapologetic racism. Hollywood celebrities are the wisest among us. Unplug that coffee pot, or the planet might die. Keep importing that oil from the states that sponsor terrorist acts against us, or else Fluffy the Polar Bear won’t have any chunks of ice waiting for him as he swims around, and Fluffy just might drown. -- House of Eratosthenes

Posted by Vanderleun at September 4, 2009 2:28 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

Why. Our. Men. Fight.

It isn't just the stunning beauty of those girls, (half my age) it's the look and freedom I see in their faces. Yeah the butts and boobs are nice, but the FREEDOM!!!!! The freedom to our girls to dance, to sing, to flirt, to get a job doing all the above, and my GAWD the female form is a thing of wonder when wielded by those with no fear!

After a few minutes, One starts looking past the in-you-face-sexual-ness of the video, and starts watching the eyes. (well I did, anyway) THAT's where I saw the joy and freedom my son defends.

Oh yea...This government lies a lot, too. ;-)

Posted by: Patvann at September 4, 2009 3:12 PM

Patvann -

Insightful comment. Seriously. I mean, yes, what kind of man wouldn't appreciate seeing women like that?

But they ARE free. They feel free, it's obvious. And as a woman, I'm glad I live in a country where I can be beautiful and pleasing to men and not so afraid that I need to hide my face and body under a dark tent of fabric.

Posted by: Deana at September 5, 2009 8:38 PM

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