I sit at the keyboard. I look at my beat-up hands and think, “What a mess.” I don’t imagine a Reagan Republican would let these curs anywhere near Nancy’s china. Plenty of people live the white life, but I wouldn’t begin to know what it’s about. I wonder: How do they do it? The classy people? Stay so spotless and clean?
There have got to be rules. Which pinky should one raise when he bombs an Arab country? Do you spit on Planned Parenthood clients from the right or left side of the mouth? Is it presumptive to spellcheck a “Niggar Prezadent” e-mail before forwarding it? Maybe if I knew the proper rules, I’d get into better parties. Maybe I could have a blog with a second, or even a third, color.
Who Wants to See Tina Korbe’s Thighs?
Robert Stacy McCain | February 16, 2012
The title of this post is not a hypothetical question, because last week the aforesaid Miss Korbe joined her Hot Air colleague Ed Morrissey for a video interview with Rick Santorum, which I didn’t see until somebody brought it to my attention yesterday:
Our keen-eyed readers will note that at the 0:28 mark of the video, Miss Korbe gives a little tug at the hem of her skirt and, not to get all Melissa Clouthier about it or anything, some folks might say that’s kind of a telltale clue that your skirt’s too doggone short.
See? This is what I’m talking about. That’s a rule that I didn’t even know existed. I have got to write this down . .
I hesitate to judge a lady’s morals merely because she feels obliged to follow contemporary fashion.
For example, I think tattoos and pierced bellybuttons are two of the tackiest things in the world, but I’m pretty sure not every woman with tattoos and a pierced bellybutton is a whore.
Most of them? Sure, but not all of them.
. . tattoos and piercings . . whores . . got it . .
I remember kind of scratching my head in puzzlement when they’d do jokes about the bad driving habits of Asian women. . . Then, in 1997, I moved to D.C. which has a fairly large Asian population and . . . Oh, my God! It’s so true!
Look, I hate to foster negative stereotypes. I’m sure there are many Asian women who are excellent drivers. It’s just that none of those excellent Asian women drivers live in the greater metropolitan Washington, D.C., area.
And everybody who lives in D.C. is laughing their butts off at that joke, because it’s so true. (Asian ladies, please: Take the bus.)
. . D.C. has Asians . . can’t drive . . take the bus . . got it . .
Inequality is not always disadvantageous to women, you know. And feminism is a sort of Animal Farm, with women as the animals who vanquish their male/human oppressors, only to discover eventually that some animals are more equal than others.
. . inequality good for you . . feminists are pigs . . got it. WOW. There seem to be a lot of rules for conservatives. So many darn things to learn. Isn’t there some way we could cut to the chase? Is there maybe one rule I could use to class up my life? One thing to remember?
I hate to be one to say it about HotAir.com . .
Thoughts and Rantings | February 11, 2012
Tina, you are a Catholic, try actually dressing like one and not like some office “MILF” looking for a place up the corporate ladder. . . I am sure that Rick Santorum just loved being next to a chick that was essentially giving him a peep show of her hoo haa.
Don’t show Rick Tina’s hoo haa. Got it.