Thursday, July 09, 2009
Uh oh, from the G-8 meeting, someone's got some 'splainin to do:
Somehow, I don't think that President Sarkozy will be in as difficult a situation as President Obama may be with their respective spouses.
Whoever that is, she knows how to do a full workout, including gluteals.
UPDATE: Ace is all over this in a notably NSFW way, with more pictures, photoshops and one-liners. I will take down this post, however, if there is confirmation that the female in question is under 18 years of age, as Ace tenatively reports that the photo may be of a 16 year-old Brazilian.
UPDATE #2: OK, it appears that the female in the picture is in fact underage by American standards, but I will leave the post up, since, as Dawnfire82 points out, the picture is everywhere, including Yahoo News and Drudge, and it is not certain what President Obama is looking at. This blog, however, does not condone the ogling of underage teenage girls by heads of state or any other middle-aged men.
UPDATE #3: Go to this link for a slo-mo video analysis that will re-affirm our faith in President Obama's gentlemanly behavior and also re-affirm that French leaders and men of Hungarian extraction (myself included) can be dogs.
One picture is worth a thousand words, but I will try: America's leader is attracted, to the point of losing his self-control, by the sight of a womanly butt that is fifteen sizes smaller than that of his wife. This pathetic fact amuses the leader of France.
So why are so many of the biographies of these kids focusing on their "community activism." Considering that G-8 is an economic summit, shouldn't these countries be sending kids who have an interest in, oh, I don't know, economics?
A sixteen year old Brazilian? I'm sorry but what is a sixteen year old Brazilian doing at the G8? More likely she's one of President Berlusconi's ministers....
More importantly, TH, do you "have to do some splainin" when you post pictures of bikini clad news items on your blog?
How are you guys??
"shouldn't these countries be sending kids who have an interest in, oh, I don't know, economics?"
At that age, it's probably a package deal; being interested in doing 'something' in the realm of public policy.
Yeah, probably essay contest winners. When I was a kid "community organizers" didn't exist. We were all part of one big American community, undivided by race, creed or color. When we grew up we were going to be policemen, firemen, doctors, lawyers or astronauts. We called the leader of our community, "mayor". I guess with great diversity comes great divisiveness.