Thursday, February 8, 2007

Versace Nixes Hill's Pants

She has spoken. Donatella Versace declares that Hillary should give up
pantsuits for dresses and skirts. The length should be to the knee,
preferably black with a short jacket. She needs to show her feminine

What feminine side? The one that throws lamps and cusses like a
drunken sailor? The one that puts up with a philandering husband and
is publicly humiliated by him? The one that doesn't bake cookies and
doesn't stay at home "standing by her man"? The one who has nothing
but blind ambition, who has sold her soul to the devil to achieve
what power she has and sill craves more? Oh. THAT feminine side.

Hillary wears mainly pantsuits, when there is a chance of a
photograph of her making the wires, for one reason only. Her legs.
She has fat legs and unfortunately, there is nothing she, the DNC, or
GOD can do about that. So, she covers them up. Remember back in the
90's when she did wear skirts she often wore dark tights to
camouflage the leg issue?

It didn't work. People noticed her legs and commented on them. She
is hoping that no one will republish any of those old photos of her
legs because she doesn't want to be the butt of any more jokes than
she will be anyway.

I would have more respect for her if she said "Damn it all, these are
the legs God gave me and they work just fine, thank you very much."

Versace is hoping for the best for Hillary in the '08 election. "I
admire her for her determination, which will hopefully take her to
the White House," Versace told Germany's weekly newspaper Die Zeit in
an interview. She hasn't seen her legs or she would be confirming the
pantsuit choice.

This brings up the issue of whether or not such silly things should
be determining factors in people's decisions on whom to select for
any office, much less the office of the Presidency. Of course they
shouldn't. But obviously, Hillary thinks people will look at her
legs and say "Ugh".

Algore thought people would select him if he followed Naomi Wolf's
advice and wore brown suits, also if he styled his hair like Reagan's
in the second debate, also if he had cosmetic facial contouring to
resemble Reagan. It didn't work (or it did in some peoples' minds)
and so we have GWB, a man who wouldn't style his hair on anyone's
advice, a man who wears whatever he thinks is appropriate, at the
ranch or in the oval office.

Wonder what Versace thinks of his wardrobe?

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