Saturday, January 26, 2013

G-Girls: The Women of Government

Janet Napolitano, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security

Janet Reno, former US Attorney General

Mary Jo White, nominee to head SEC

Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF


Alice Rivlin, former  Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve, former Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, and former Director of the Congressional Budget Office.

28 comments:

  1. You coulda put Albright and a whole bunch of others in there too. We're ruled by a race of trolls.

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  2. None dare call them butch!

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  3. Hey, what about Donna Shalala (No, NOT Shanana, they were actually GUYS).
    I tried to drop a pic in here, but you won't let me.

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  4. You forgot Kagan.

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  5. Well functioning countries don't use terms such as "Homeland" and "No Child Left Behind".

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  6. Wacko Waco Babe took the Cake. Janet Reno wins for psychotic action heroine. And Hillary and Susan win as the Recent Drama Duo.

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  7. lt gov. Shelia Simon.
    http://www2.illinois.gov/ltgov/Pages/MeetSheilaSimon.aspx

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  8. Gads, every one of these women is as ugly as hell. I take it that beautiful women aren't attracted to life-long government "service"?

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    1. to be fair Hilary does put in quite a bit of work on her image unlike the rest here.

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  10. Fascism: An Equal Opportunity Employer. All grandmothers from hell welcome to apply.

    Responsibilities: Conributing to the over-regulated death of America, while pilfering the wealth of the people through the creation of depreciated dollars. Exerting perversive power through molestation of private citizens at airports and other public transportation depots.

    Centralize and mangle the financial industry for the benefit of the few. Develop public policy that ensures artificially government-created dependence on an already interconnected global economy.

    Use military grade weapons and tanks to mow down strange religious dissidents and others, burning their compounds and property until no witnesses survive. Women and children are "worth the cost."

    Then say things like, "The United States has the responsibility to protect its citizens." Or, as you lower interest rates into oblivion, say "Housing prices have never had a nation-wide decline, and I don't see your premise as possible."

    All applicants must go through a thorough federal background check and a psychology/stress test to determine ability to carry out duties and then sleep like a babe, free of any pesky "conscience," or memories of yore, where your parents told you right from wrong; for example, Don't hurt little Johnny just because he lives with David Koresh. It's not his fault, he's only 4.

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  11. Kagan, Sotomayor, Albright, Clinton? ?

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  12. Government is Hollywood for ugly narcissists.

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    1. Yes! One of the most apt descriptions of DC I ever heard. Hollywood For The Ugly. Right up there with Lew's favorite epithet: Mordor-on-the-Potomac.

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  13. I'm not trying to spoil the party. While I don't enjoy these women, I'm afraid that finding fetching-looking libertarian ladies ain't a walk in the park, either. In my limited experience, I find them to be blandly liberal/democratic or totally apolitical. If they are pro-market, it's typically because their parents had strong beliefs.

    Maybe I'm just being negative. Please forgive me.

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    1. There's a reason for that but of course it's "sexist" (i.e., a word from the religion of political correctness) to say why. At least there are some good ones that can overcome that limitation.

      And let's not forget that endless brainwashing from government and media. That part gets most of us period, especially since they indoctrinate us so young. The bastards.

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    2. Very good looking libertarian ladies:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otn9QOeOnkU
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baxaay2m9yk

      And i hate to say it, but i didn't think Hillary Clinton looked that bad when she was younger.

      As far as the women above, something tells me there is some compensation going on for not being in demand as young ladies.

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    3. You are being negative... I have been lucky to have some very good-looking libertarian women around me. Smart, too.

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    4. Not sure where you're looking, but I know all kinds of good looking libertarian women, starting with my wife. Our college chapter of Youth for Ron Paul last year was mostly smoking hot women.

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    5. @Anynymous:

      I agree with you completely. Most hot women are either apolitical or hold superficial liberal beliefs in order to blend in. Other than that, hot women will hold beliefs similar to the high status males in the social circle. Frankly, politics and women don't mix and if you are discussing politics with a woman you are trying to sleep with, you are a fool.

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  14. It would appear, and I'm just guessing here, that we all seem to see these ladies for exactly what they are - sweet caring women who have society's best interests at heart. Or.... could I have somehow missed something?

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  15. What about the women of liberty? We've got some hot babes floating around!

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  16. Wonder how many of those women are married to men, and how many have "domestic partners"

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  17. I am not a fan of any of these ladies, but lagarde? I'd hit that.

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    1. Even though I understand your sentiment, I cannot condone your promotion of violence against that hag.

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  18. Without doubt there is one area in which women have proven the equal of men… the perpetration of evil.

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  19. well they certainly have a type

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