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May 27, 2005

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"If Marlene Dietrich asked you to make love to her, would you..etc?"

This is a wonderful story which has as its bookend many years later (I think I read this in a review of a Dietrich (auto)biography several years ago) the story that the ripening middle-aged but still seductive Dietrich actually did offer herself to John F. Kennedy at the White House. I can't remember Kennedy's reply, but I'm sure it was as witty as his father's.

Plus, I have a feeling that if you weren't much good at making love, your prowess would have improved after wrestling with Marlene. Either that, or your ego would be forever deflated.

This is one more thing about the Bush dynasty that is, well, boring. Nobody wants to sleep with them.

This is one more thing about the Bush dynasty that is, well, boring. Nobody wants to sleep with them.

Not Quite true, apparently Neil does not have that problem.

Well, yeah, but didn't he pay for that service? Don't get me wrong. If Bush were philandering, I might be able to get through the next 3 1/2 years.

I like my lies to be entertaining, not lethal.

Of course, it was alleged that President G. H. W. Bush did have an affair.

"If Bush were philandering, I might be able to get through the next 3 1/2 years."

Under Mel Brooks's theory that those who don't do it to women who are not their spouses, do it to the country?

Of course, it was alleged that President G. H. W. Bush did have an affair.

[Scott notes the name "Conason" in the temporarily non-functional link, snickers, and moves on]

Just for the record, Scott, I'm not claiming anything about Bush 41; I merely thought it was worth noting that such an allegation was made, and some support provided for it, and that's all.

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