She's not really showing any cleavage. It's just a regular V-neck shirt.
Good for her!
Oh my god. What is WRONG with the WaPo? First of all, there was barely any cleavage. Second of all, is this what we're debating? Candidates NECK LINES?
Get ready for lots more of this. Remember last fall when all the Moron Media could blabber about were Nancy's Pelosi's outfits and her grandchildren? Ugh.
They're not going to make her pretend to bake cookies again, are they?
Dear Washington Post,
When you waste our time on this trivia, what are you trying to distract us from?
...and yet nobody talks about that skanky Coulter, trudging around in her tired old black cocktail dress, as if anyone would want a piece of THAT.
You didn't see Denny Hastert displaying HIS, did you? Not in public like that.
Fire the fucker who wrote that article. Seriously. If I were the editor, I would. Or fire the editor who let it go to print. That kind of shit is an afront to journalism, a self-parody.
So Bush meets this Marine who lost both his legs in Iraq and says \"Good Man, We\'re Gonna Get Him Some New Legs...\" Bush is the guy Dan Savage supported to start a war in Iraq. The Marine is the guy who is paying the price for Bush\'s stupidity and incompetence.
Excerpts below from Dan Savage\'s \"Say yes to war\" piece Oct. 2002
\"While the American left is content to see an Iraqi dictator terrorizing the Iraqi people, the Bushies in D.C. are not. \"We do not intend to put American lives at risk to replace one dictator with another,\" Dick Cheney recently told reporters. For those of you who were too busy making papier-mâché puppets of George W. Bush last week to read the papers, you may have missed this page-one statement in last Friday\'s New York Times: \"The White House is developing a detailed plan, modeled on the postwar occupation of Japan, to install an American-led military government in Iraq if the United States topples Saddam Hussein.\"\"
\"In the meantime, invading and rebuilding Iraq will not only free the Iraqi people, it will also make the Saudis aware of the consequences they face if they continue to oppress their own people while exporting terrorism and terrorists. The War on Iraq will make it clear to our friends and enemies in the Middle East (and elsewhere) that we mean business: Free your people, reform your societies, liberalize, and democratize... or we\'re going to come over there, remove you from power, free your people, and reform your societies for ourselves\"
If Hillary wants to be taken seriously as a woman, she's going to have to wear a burka. You can't trust a woman if you can see her ankles.
Nope Fnark, then she'd be an "Islamo-fascist."
Does Charles work for The Washington Post, too? Please, God help us.
Funny coincidence, but cleaveage makes me feel 'utterly at ease in my skin, coolly confident about my appearance, and unflinching about my sense of style', too. Like a therapeutic hypnotist swinging the watch in front of me.
Sweet cuppin cakes!!! Turns out, Hillary has breasts like every woman!
In the context of the article placement (the fashion section) it makes sense, but I still don't recall them covering anything about Coulter's skanky look. Maybe because it's so skanky - or maybe because they like to stick to women's fashions ;-)
I don't get the:
If they said this about Hillary, why do they not say something about Coulter too?.
Since when does that Hillary/Anne comparison make any sense, in any context? The comparison, itself, is insulting, don't you think?
And thank God for that.
if she showed ass cleavage, then they'd have a point.
jesus fucking christ, the media has its head up its ass.
@14 Exactly what I thought. It's like he's ghostwriting.
Sean, my point was that they write about female politicians and government officials, critiquing their fashion style. They also do that about celebrities. While Coulter is not a politician or government official, she does qualify as a celebrity. Yet few comment on her fashion sense, except to mention her short skirts.
One of the things that I think is unusual about Ann Coulter is that she really does have a uniform: The black cocktail dress. She wears them for a all kinds of appearances, including things like the Today Show, which is the epitome of "a setting that does not involve cocktails and hors d’oeuvres" yet that is seldom mentioned.
(Lately, she has been accesorizing that cocktail dress with a silver crucifix, which adds to my sneaking suspicion that she is some sort of performance artist.)
I simply think it's odd, that's all. I don't know how you can find insult in that, but some people love to look for an insult in even the most innocuous comment.
Catalina - I may have misunderstood you but your's is not the first comment I've heard to use Ann as some kind of antithesis, or parallel to Hillary. I think neither woman deserves it.
I get your point now. Thanks.
In the politcal arena, that is cleavage?
I'm with @10, fire the writer of that article! What a waste of news print. And likewise, what does that say about Ann Coutler (maybe she is comfortable in her skin in a more unsavory sort of way, totally numb to herself ... rather whoreish?)
Is that what passes for journalism nowadays? Did that "reporter" who wrote that story graduate from college? If I'd been that person's journalism professor, I think I'd hunt 'em down and beat the shit out of them, for the sake of all future journalists.
Wow. Females have breasts! Who knew?!
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