Friday Fashion Faux Pas

Oil-spill chic? Does she sport a Che camisole under that monstrosity? Dear Heavens, where are this woman’s handlers?

Or as Nice Deb (from whom I gleefully swiped the picture) says,

Holy Mackerel…would you look at this

Would someone please explain to this woman that America expects a certain bit of decorum from their First Ladies? The Election night dress. The Inaugural Ball bedspread dress. The Medal of Honor ceremony dress. My big toe has more fashion sense than MO and her stable of assistants combined.

Did she NOT understand the mission? That she (being the FLOTUS and therefore attending to the duties expected of said FLOTUS to empathize and encourage the masses) was supposed to buoy the spirits of those effected by the horrendous oil spill in the Gulf, not BE THE SPILL?

Words… just… escape me…

UPDATE: Michelle Malkin speaks up,

Yikes. That’s like visiting a state that was devastated by a forest fire and arriving in a limo covered with flame decals.

This Week’s Ten Buck Friday Winner Is…

Van Irion, who Van is running for Congress in Tennessee’s 3rd Congressional District.

Read Van Irion’s bio at Right Klik.

$10. Every Friday. November is coming.

Three Metaphors

The “Partial Nominee”: Serious ethical issues are emerging regarding Elena Kagan and her 1996 “intervention” (read pressuring) ofthe American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists to change their policy on partial-birth abortions. Her nomination is still in committee and we want her to stay there. Stay tuned to see who pressures whom to let Elena come full term.

Best Headline: Rats bicker as ship sinks. Brings new meaning to the ol’ collegiate cheer: Round the bowl, down the hole, Go [O-]Bama, Go!

“Hey meester: you wahn to kick my keester?” or, Mexico sues Arizona so even more people can slip over, under, our unsecured border while our government fiddles away.

Ok, four. I like pictures.

(Hwy 61, Hutchinson , Kansas)

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