Hot Cheney-on-Cheney action
Corneroid Peter Robinson delves into Cheney sex with HOW CHENEY DID IT:
Iâ€™ve been engaging each evening of this convention in a â€œdiablogâ€ over at the Christian Science Monitor (to see for yourself, click here, then look for â€œDiablog: Real-time reparteeâ€), and tonight, during John Edwardsâ€™ speech, my blogging partner, James Norton, who works with Al Franken, hit me with a new line of attack on Dick Cheney. Cheney avoided the draft, the attack goes, by siring a child in the nick of time.
As James put it, â€œYou want to talk about a lack of gravitas when it comes to warâ€¦? To quote the New York Times: â€˜On Oct. 6, 1965, the Selective Service lifted its ban against drafting married men who had no children. Nine months and two days later, Mr. Cheney’s first daughter, Elizabeth, was born.â€™â€
Can anyone fill me in here? Is this an eccentric view? A mere catty observation? Or do Democrats really believe that one morning 40 years ago the Cheneys read a newspaper story about a Selective Serivice decision, and then, that nightâ€”there really is no other way to put itâ€”leapt into bed to give Dick Cheney an out?
Personally, I think it was an in…at least that’s how we have sex. But then we’re from California.
We’re guessing that the Cheneys knew it was coming (the change in the draft… not the eruption from Dick’s, um, dick) for some time before it went into effect and altered their sexual “proclivities” in order to generate an offspring. Dick never was much of a bottom anyway….