The hulking, Frankenstein-like alien we’re supposed to believe is chic and glamorous
The photos are from the Mail. (See the original story for more photos.)
“I knew Jackie Kennedy. Jackie Kennedy was a friend of mine.”
Who are the two people in this photo who represent America?
Michelle is especially fetching and
graceful when seen from behind.
Loren P. writes:
Subject: Too much overkill with Michelle ObamaLA replies:
You miss the point entirely, as one commenter after another invariably does. The world makes a huge deal of her appearance, constantly building her up as the quintessence of style and fashion. I am responding to that Orwellian lie.Sophia A. writes:
You aren’t the only blogger to point out that Michelle is the original Mama Grisly.Roger G. writes:
Re the photo of the Obamas with the imam, was it cropped to exclude Yoda?Roger G. writes:
I never thought I could despise any First Couple more than the Clintons.Paul K. writes:
I’ve noticed that while Michelle has been touring India and Indonesia, she’s been able to suppress the urge to display her shoulders, trapezius muscles, and upper arms. Some cultures’ norms are more worthy of respect than others, evidently.N. writes:
Frankenstein was the doctor, the scientist who tampered with nature.LA replies:
You are of course correct, and I was aware of that, but fitting the phrase “Frankenstein’s monster” into the title of the entry wouldn’t have worked. In demotic usage, “Frankenstein” often means Frankenstein’s monster.November 11
John P. writes:
Two points. The monster was in many ways a sympathetic character! Michelle isn’t.Dean Ericson writes:
You wrote:LA replies:
Well, in Mel Brooks’s early 1970s movie, Young Frankenstein, he is.Loren P. replies to LA:
You’re right. I guess the liberalness is hard to shake off.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 10, 2010 05:41 PM | Send