Friday, July 20, 2007

Ann Althouse Blogs About Breast (No Surprise There)

Good God. Ann Althouse is writing about breasts, again. This time a post about Hillary Clinton's cleavage.


Are you going to say that we ought to be giving attention to the content of that speech and not to the presentation of the woman who would be President?


Althouse then provides a link to images of Hillary's assets. How is that for consistency? I don't want to hear Althouse protest the next time someone brings up her mean-spirited attack on Jessica Valenti. I can't believe this woman is a law professor.

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3 Comments:

At July 20, 2007 5:57 PM , Blogger AlphaLiberal said...

I just think if she's going to blog about tits, she should be fair and cover some ass, too.

Or maybe the complete vapidity of the whole thing would be clear.

 
At July 21, 2007 2:41 PM , Blogger tas said...

Point #1: As a man who flaps off to pictures on the internet that he sees as pruriently interesting, let me state for the record that the photo of Hillary Clinton that Ann "I have a tittie fetish!" Althouse linked to does in no way cause me to pitch a tent.

Point #2: How Ann "Tits" Althouse can deride Hillary while not commenting on Ann "Faggot" Coulter is beyond comprehension. In Coulter we have a women who's made a career out of dressing provocatively to spew her hatred. I mean, who the fuck dresses up in a skimpy black cocktail dress at 7am to go on the Today Show? In that photo, Coulter looks like she should be serving me drinks at 11pm while my ass is planted at the blackjack table. Jesus.

Point #3: Perhaps Ann "zomigod, TITTES!@#!!ONE!!@#$!" Althouse criticizes liberal women's aesthetics out of jealously because she, herself, is butt fucking ugly? Maybe we can shut Althouse up by doing a charit drive to help her afford liposuction and a boob job.

 
At July 21, 2007 5:58 PM , Blogger Wade Garrett said...

I consider Ann Althouse to be an embarassment to my former law school, as do most of my classmates. The drawback to the tenure process is that somebody like Althouse gets to post incoherent, contradictory, and bitchy things on the internet all day and night, and openly refer to her teaching duties as a "distraction," while excellent professors get fired simply because they haven't published as much, or because the existing tenured faculty doesn't want to have them as a rival.

 

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