November 16, 2006

Our Bastards

I need a one-day break from the doom and gloom of the ongoing Middle Eastern catastrophe. Since I have no affection whatsoever for either American political party, and since bitching about the government is one of our ever-popular past-times, I'm going to indulge in some slightly juvenile behavior today — photo gallery style. Hopefully you will laugh at least once. If not, lighten up!

Here are some pictures of American politicians.

Bill Clinton.jpg

Bill Clinton, Democrat

Alan Keyes.jpg

Alan Keyes, Republican

John Kerry.jpg

John Kerry, Democrat

John McCain.jpg

John McCain, Republican

Nancy Pelosi.jpg

Nancy Pelosi, Democrat

Dennis Hastert.jpg

Dennis Hastert, Republican

Hillary Clinton.jpg

Hillary Clinton, Democrat

Dick Cheney.jpg

Dick Cheney, Republican

Howard Dean.jpg

Howard Dean, Democrat

Donald Rumsfeld.jpg

Donald Rumsfeld, Republican

John Murtha.jpg

John Murtha, Democrat

George W Bush.jpg

George W. Bush, Republican

Teresa Heinz Kerry.jpg

Teresa Heinz Kerry, Democrat

Jeb Bush.JPG

Jeb Bush, Republican

Dennis Kucinich.jpg

Dennis Kucinich, Democrat

Lincoln Chafee.jpg

Lincoln Chafee, Republican

Jimmy Carter.jpg

Jimmy Carter, Democrat

Rudy Giuliani.jpg

Rudy Giuliani, (male) Republican

Posted by Michael J. Totten at November 16, 2006 1:31 AM
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