Friday, June 19, 2009


a pretentious moronic badly aging bitch!

Granted, I have never liked Senator Barbara Boxer who likes to present herself as the dainty little prom queen Senator from California. I feel fortunate that I got to vote against her at least once before moving to Ohio.
WASHINGTON -- There's plenty of room for "yes men" in the nation's capital. Less for "yes, Ma'am." Sen. Barbara Boxer's suggestion to a general that she'd really rather be called "senator" has raised a few hackles here.
A brave man, someone who has worked a lot harder than her majesty the petulant little princess from California, and who has sacrificed more and risked more than she could ever possibly be willing to risk or sacrifice, chose to call her, in the polite parlance of the U.S. military "Ma'am" and she has the effrontery to OBJECT to that.

Fuck you, Senator Boxer, and the horse you rode in on! It's a damned pity you have never done one-tenth as much for this country as has this good man!


piano girl said...

I'm embarrassed that I even share initials (BB) with this bitch! Ann Landers' definition of class shows that the junior senator from CA does not have one ounce of "class" in her body...

Class never runs scared.
It is sure-footed and confident.
It can handle anything that comes along.
Class has a sense of humor.
It knows a good laugh is the best lubricant for oiling the machinery of human relations.
Class never makes excuses.
It takes its lumps and learns from past mistakes.
Class knows that good manners are nothing more than a series of small, inconsequential sacrifices.
Class bespeaks an aristocracy that has nothing to do with ancestors or money.
Some wealthy "blue bloods" have no class, while individuals who are struggling to make ends meet are loaded with it.
Class is real.
It can't be faked.
Class never tried to build itself by tearing others down.
Class is already up and need not strive to look better by making others look worse.
Class can "walk with kings and keep it's virtue and talk with crowds and keep the common touch." Everyone is comfortable with the person who has class because that person is comfortable with himself.
If you have class, you've got it made.
If you don't have class, no matter what else you have, it doesn't make any difference.

Gayle Miller said...

And THAT is Barbara Boxer, Senator from the Left of California, to a tee!