Tuesday, March 11, 2008

A mouth for the job

I know it's not nice to talk disparagingly about the physical features of people. But, seriously, wouldn't you agree with me that this guy has a mouth designed for cunnilingus? Call me dirty-minded, if you like, but I can't help envisaging those narrow sucked-in lips of Eliot Spitzer relishing delicately, with expertise and ecstasy, the tasty vagina of a Manhattan prostitute.

What a crooked bastard! And what a lukewarm apology: “I have acted in a way that violates my obligations to my family and violates my, or any, sense of right and wrong,” the governor said. “I apologize first and most importantly to my family. I apologize to the public to whom I promised better. I have disappointed and failed to live up to the standard I expected of myself. I must now dedicate some time to regain the trust of my family.” It's a pity for Hillary Clinton that this Spitzer guy has been looked upon as one of her supporters.

If you want to see some honest talk, plug in to this excellent declaration from Barack Obama, who—as he affirms—is definitely not campaigning for the vice-presidency of the USA:

The more I see this man, the more I like him.


  1. Thank you for talking about more interesting subjects than French storms (in Brittany or in politics). The news here start to get on my tits.

    Good luck to Obama! As far as I understand, he seems to have good ideas - not like our president (who is not able to behave like a president).

  2. I'm on the same wavelength as you concerning the question of Sarkozy's inability to behave like a president. You've introduced an intriguing notion: "behave like a president". With historical illustrations provided by Charles de Gaulle, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, François Mitterrand and others, I can imagine a lengthy book or film on this theme of presidential behavior. I believe we're all capable of recognizing intuitively the unquestionable presence of behavior that might be designated as typically presidential (Kennedy's celebrated "Ich bin ein Berliner", Mitterrand taking hold of Kohl's outstretched hand, etc), but it's harder to analyze events in a negative sense. For example: Is seducing and marrying an Italian celebrity a textbook instance of correct presidential behavior? Is the spontaneous invention of Shoah-oriented gimmicks the appropriate behavior of a French president? I would imagine that Nicolas Sarkozy himself believes profoundly in the "correctitude" of every one of his acts. We all remember with admiration the intrepid guy who bargained spontaneously on the spot with "Human Bomb" in Neuilly in 1993. At times, though, it might be good if there were a little less adrenaline at the origin of Sarkozy's invention of certain acts and concepts. He should stop jogging, and start walking... maybe even sit down by the fireside in Giscardian style. But I don't see this coming. I fear that Sarkozy will disappear, one day, in a dazzling display of fireworks. He'll come out with one too many items of the "Casse-toi, pauvre con" kind, and his adversary will smack him in the jaw with a mortal blow. Prince Nicolas is destined surely to die fighting in the ring like a star boxer. What a pity that both Belmondo and Delon are a little too old to ever dream of portraying this unique French president in a Hollywoodian-style Saturday-night movie.

  3. He should stop jogging, and start walking... maybe even sit down by the fireside in Giscardian style.

    Would be indeed much better for France.

    I wished he could also "make sure that his brain is engaged before putting his mouth into gear" - as I said at the top of my blog.

  4. Yes agreed: Obama looks alright - much better than "Billary".

    On the Republican side thank God those crackpots Romney and Huckabee were not selected...

  5. "Mr. Sarkozy is far too ebullient to be turned into a clone of his staid and pompous predecessors, but when a politician’s behavior gets in the way of his mission, it’s time for a dose of discipline."
    Source: The New York Times