Some bloggers will do anything to justify posting sexy photos, even dignifying completely brainless bimbos in as corrupt and lowlife institution as the Tennessee House of Representatives:
[Rep. Julia Hurley, 29,] a freshman Tennessee legislator, credits her success in politics and business to the time she spent working at a restaurant chain known for buxom waitresses in tank tops and short shorts.
“I have taken quite a bit of flack from the public at large during my run for State House in Tennessee for being a Hooters Girl,” she said. “But I know that without that time in my life I would not be as strong-willed and eager to become successful.”
Hurley now works as a consultant and entrepreneur. She is a Southern Baptist and a member of the National Rifle Association and the Gun Owners of America. – NYTimes
You go, girl. Some elitist snobs may scorn your credentials, if not ambitions, but I for one remain absolutely confident that you are uniquely and without question competent to reflect the values, education, and vision of the constituency that elected you.
After all, if a big-titted, long-legged waitress in hot pants can’t speak for the citizens of Tennessee, who can? Al Gore? Why, in the 2000 presidential election, the inventor of the interweb couldn’t even carry his home state! (So why do we Floridians who voted for Nader get blamed for Monkey Boy’s election? Aah, well, ancient history.)
Methinks we have the next Sarah Palin here. Unencumbered by a cluttered resume or awkward educational credentials, she’s photogenic, fond of guns, and a card-carrying member of the single largest and most unenlightened American Christian majority. I bet she can learn to parrot Tea Party lines as easily as she did Hooters Happy Hour Specials, smiling and selling with conviction.
All she needs is a Tennessee birth certificate, even if her parents are siblings.
Meanwhile, in the Middle East, thousands of mostly young Arabs take to the streets to demand their freedom, independence, and recognition of dignity. Fools. What do they know of life?