I ran into Dickie Jensen this morning down at the Junebug Cafe. He had already told the assembled group about how I sent him over to the Colbert Nation website as a joke. Unfortunately, Dickie didn't fall for it and was not amused. He claimed that it was just another example of the "liberal media elite." Fair enough.
Then, he launched into a tirade about how the liberals were unfairly treating Roger Ailes, CEO of Fox News. Apparently, Ailes made a joke about Barack Obama at some media dinner where he received an award (I assume the liberal media elite were not involved). Here's what he said:
"It is true that Barack Obama is on the move. I don't know if it's true that President Bush called [Pakistani President Pervez] Musharraf and said: 'Why can't we catch this guy?' "
According to Dickie, some folks on the internet are claiming that Ailes called Obama a terrorist. It didn't sound that way to me. It sure sounded like a joke, and a joke on President Shrub at that! So, as much as it pains me, I have to side with Dickie on this one. Fair is fair.
Then Dickie really sprung one on me. He started ranting about all of the liberal celebrities and how the conservative celebrities don't get any press. As an example, he cited Patricia Heaton, who is a member and major supporter of Feminists for Life. Apparently, these are women who consider themselves to be feminists but also oppose abortion.
I went to Patricia Heaton's website and found that it was under construction with just the photos shown here:
However, I then went to look at the web archives to find what was on her old site and found this photo:
All I can say is that I support conservative feminists. They appear to be much hotter than Gloria Steinem and are willing to pose in swimming suits on their own websites. I think more feminists should try to use their bodies for financial gain.
You go girl!
Stevie Joe Parker