Friday, November 7, 2008

gone but not forgotten


Okay, I'm trying to forget and even now the memory grows dim but the best take I've read on her chances for the next (Heaven forbid it's not started already) presidential race was written by my son, Ben at flyingtotems. I don't know if the towel story was real but it certainly sounds true to character. What was so horrible about the whole thing was that all of a sudden the Republicans were appealing to baseness itself rather than appealing to their political base. There's a big difference.

That's all from me this evening. It was so very nice watching our new president elect introducing his economic advisory team today and actually being able to give thoughtful responses to the reporters questions afterward. I cried all over again.

9 comments:

Randal Graves said...

I always answer the door in a towel. Scares the hell out of everyone enough so they'll stay away.

But you had to put up your work on Frank N. Furter, didn't you? I think I'm the only person between the ages of 18-80 who hates that movie. ;-)

susan said...

randal - Wanna date?

DivaJood said...

I once went to talk to my kids' baby sitter - the man across the hall opened his door wearing nothing but his house slippers. A towel would have been a step up.

La Belette Rouge said...

There is something super hero, or professional wrestler about her strong and exuberant reveal. Love her.

Randal Graves said...

susan, can I answer the door in a towel?

susan said...

diva - My reasons for drawing naked women have nothing to do with my sexual orientation but simply aesthetic preferences.

lbr - She's definitely enthusiastic, isn't she?

randal - You mean you don't want to go for the full Hugh Hefner look?

The Cunning Runt said...

I've eschewed the towel for a single white sock. Cuts down on the laundry.

susan said...

cr - An athletic sock or a classic Argyle?

Anonymous said...

Who says women aren't flashers? Debauchery as an equal-opportunity act. Heh. Who knew?