Saturday, July 16, 2005

The White House Ladies

Who are the White House Ladies? They are the vicious, malicious, bitchy, prissy, rumormongering, lying, spiteful crew of White House men and their favored friends who traffic in character assassination and dirty-tricks plots for the GOP. To name a few names, the White House Ladies include President George W. Bush, Vice President and PNAC signatory Dick Cheney, GWB's political advisor and deputy chief of staff Karl Rove, Press Secretary Scott McClellan, Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff and PNAC signatory I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby, Defense Policy board member and PNAC signatory Richard Perle. Why dub them ladies? Because they are acting like a girls club whose main delight is making mischief and telling lies. Am I suggesting that the White House Ladies are, if not gay, then not 100% male-oriented males? Of course not. A suggestion like that could ruin lives, would be difficult to verify, might end careers, and might even lead to suicide. Who would do something like that, other than the White House Ladies? And on another note: The New York Times reported this morning that, “The Bush administration said on Friday that it would decide by Sept. 1 whether to allow sales of an emergency contraceptive without a prescription”. The NYT's article needs a little elaboration. Any girl or woman can request the so-called morning-after pills in a hospital's Emergency Room, right now, even though prescriptions are required in pharmacies. So, whether or not the Bush administration decides to make the pills available without a prescription won't change the fact that if a rape has occurred or if a female person simply wants to make sure she doesn't have an unwanted pregnancy because of unprotected sex, she can take that precaution right now. The only requirement is that she go to an ER and take the pills within 72 hours of the sex act.

1 comment:

PeterofLoneTree said...

"Am I suggesting that the White House Ladies are, if not gay, then not 100% male-oriented males?"

That's a real can of worms. For references, check http://www.americablog.org/
and scroll left for "Jeff Gannon Links".