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  •  Who'd a thunk he'd be in such demand? (2+ / 0-)
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    MeToo, lurkyloo

    Okay, so there's the Tiffany's thing. I get it. And the Greek cruises. I get it. And whatever cachet comes in that bizarre parallel world in which they live from being Mrs. Newt Gingrich. Maybe I could get it with the help of some strong drugs.

    But still. It's sex with Gingrich. What in the name of Pillsbury is up with that?

    "It's like we weren't made for this world, But I wouldn't really want to meet someone who was." --Of Montreal

    by andydoubtless on Thu Jan 19, 2012 at 03:20:12 PM PST

    •  I don't want to get into (0+ / 0-)

      lookism here -- if he weren't a right-wing asshole he might actually be a pretty decent person. He'd probably be intelligent and well-read, and if he was out there doing good or even just an ordinary Schmoe living his life I could see where he'd have some appeal. The odor of power is a strong aphrodisiac to many women (not me) so I can see where he'd be able to find willing partners, at least while he was still in Congress.

      Let's not get to the point where only a certain body style or appearance can get laid -- I'd focus less on the shape of his body than the (dubious) content of his character, to paraphrase MLK Jr.

      Now to try to end the wars we ask our gay and straight soldiers to fight. -- Chris Hayes (modified)

      by Cali Scribe on Thu Jan 19, 2012 at 03:57:26 PM PST

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