Frontier Former Editor

May 11, 2007

Talk about butter melting in one’s mouth . . .

Filed under: doomed to repeat, dumbasses, Iraq, neofascism, politics, Texas contortionist, Third Reich — Frontier Former Editor @ 2:52 am

From the Washington Post’s account of the unwelcome White House-guests . . .

“White House officials said Mr. Bush welcomed the observations of the lawmakers. “The president encouraged the members to give unvarnished opinions and views,” said Dana Perino, a White House spokeswoman.”

Yeah, right before Rove ordered them all hung by piano-wire nooses attached to meathooks in the Reich Chancellery courtyard . . . . .

It’s nice to see the Republican party is developing some backbone, albeit the rather flexible, form-fitting, opportunistic spine found in eels. And the core to their newly-found candor with President von Hindenbu . . . er, Bush? “We’re gonna get voted out of office if you don’t do something!”

Screw ’em. Just don’t screw our troops by leaving them in the middle of a modern re-enactment of ‘Quit India” or, even worse, ‘Chinese’ Gordon’s Khartoum nightmare.

From the man who gave us preggers Britney Spears on a bearskin rug . . .

Filed under: art or something like it, dogs, meat byproducts, muffins, Paris Hilton, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 2:39 am

comes this wonderful casting by Daniel Edwards (Reuters):

Prom queen of the dead? Guess Carl Jr.’s better pull those burger ads . . . .

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sculptor Daniel Edwards thinks Paris Hilton makes a fine subject — as prom queen of the dead in what he says is a warning against drunken driving.

The artist has created a sculpture of the 26-year-old hotel heiress and socialite naked and dead, with cell phone in hand, legs spread and crowned with a tiara.

“The Paris Hilton Autopsy” is a statement about the dangers of drunk driving just as high school prom season rolls around, said Edwards, who also sculpted a giant head of Cuban President Fidel Castro and created a life-size nude of Britney Spears giving birth on a bearskin rug.

Go figure . . .

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