Maybe Nancy Pelosi would like to institute a “fairness doctrine” for book sales, too.
Did you buy her book? If so, could I borrow it when you are done? It looks like just the thing to fix that wobbly picnic table out back.
Ed, wouldn”t you want to use book with at least a 2 star rating? For stability, of course.
I liked this quote:
“Never losing faith, we waited through the many years of struggle to achieve our rights. But women weren’t just waiting; women were working. Never losing faith, we worked to redeem the promise of America, that all men and women are created equal. For our daughters and our granddaughters today we have broken the marble ceiling. For our daughters and our granddaughters now the sky is the limit.”
“Until a good looking, smooth talking, younger man comes along. And then all the experience we gained through our hard work and struggle gets thrown out the window. By Democratic party voters, no less.”
OK, I added the last part. But still, the timing of the release of her book is a bit awkward.
I’m thumbing through it. Some of it is salacious, outrageous!
…so tall. His suave airs, so edgey (Gen X? Not sure.) Even his musk. Before I knew it I noticed that my two hands had a firm grasp on his lapels and were pulling him to me. I heard myself say, “Senator, I…A year from now we’re going to be a dynamic duo that will change this country something new, something beyond anyone’s imagination…But that’s not important right now…Oh, Senator!” and I was all hands.
When it was over he was dazed and flustered. I fixed my lipstick and left the office…
The global gasbag with the stuck-in-a-wind-tunnel face said: “I have always loved longitude. I love latitude; it’s in the stars. But longitude, it’s about time. … Time and clocks and all the rest of that have always been a fascination for me.”
The more she talks, the more carbon dioxide she exhales into the atmosphere. That means the plants and trees will absorb more CO2 and, hence, more wood will be formed with which to build more grandfather clocks.
I’m beginning to see it now… tho I’ll need to confirm it after my Hollywood gibberish dictionary comes back from the cleaners.
She’s an amateur. Jim Wright sold thousands of copies of his books to reps who wanted to chair committees in the future. That’s how you move product.
Even w/o Barry – she’s made a mess of the House. 1st woman and what did she do?
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