We’re sure that if he had slipped him a little tongue, Joe would have sucked on it like a popsicle
Didn’t watch the State of the Union but it appears that it was all about sex, sex, sex:
First there was a little George-on-Joe action:
THE BIPARTISAN KISS [K. J. Lopez]
I just noticed the president kissed Joe Lieberman on his way out. I guess he is one of the last semi-reasonable Democrats in town….
…and a bottom to boot. What are the odds?
Then it appears that Laura Bush was brought to orgasm (finally!) with a little fingerbang action up in the balcony. Looks like the crowd loved it.
Finally, Howard Fineman achieved his perfect zen moment when he managed to Bush bukake himself:
The television â€œmoney shotâ€ was vividly obvious: Safia Taleb al-Suhai, whose father had been murdered by Saddam Husseinâ€™s regime, embracing Janet Norwood, whose son had been killed in the assault on Fallujah. But when you watch a State of the Union speech from inside the House, as I just did, you see things you donâ€™t see on TV. What Iâ€™m thinking of is President Bush confidently, insistently tapping his open palm on the pages of his speech as he read his favorite passages about liberty.
Itâ€™s his holy writ. He loved to read from it and seemed to think that everyone was or should have been inspired by it. Peering down from the press gallery, I was looking at a man who obviously feels that the winds of history are at his back. Iâ€™ve covered him long enough to know when he is faking it, when the bravado is brittle, when the smile is the frigid one of a man surrounded. This Bush looked and spoke like one very much â€” and very comfortably â€” in charge. I remember his first campaign swing, to Iowa, in the summer of 1999. He was tentative and smiley in that unsettling way, throwing off those give-me-a-break shrugs. The guy I just saw was a man at the top of his game, all but daring the Democrats to make his day.
Thanks Howard. Here’s a towel. Go clean yourself up…