Have you read the one in GQ magazine
about a study saying Republican men are way better
in bed than Democrats?
Haven't read the story. My subscription
to GQ ran out circa 1973. But even though your question
makes me laugh, I don't mean to say I'm laughing
For starters, the media's job is
to sell, sell, sell and it sounds like you're eager
to buy. The suggestion that one political party
is better in the sack than the other is too ridiculous
for words. Take it from me.
Furthermore, that kind of thinking
only buys you into the dangerous notion that we're
all defined by allegiance to one of the two insidious
political parties that, combined with "organized"
religion, are pulling America into the ditch
and the rest of the world with it.
I'm not sure if you are woman or
man, but why not concentrate on being you? The only
proven way to be good in bed is to figure out what
the other person likes, and then give it to them.
There's nothing political about that.
And just because you see an advert
for Ford or McDonald's doesn't mean a new truck
or a Big Mac is the answer to anything.
Half a million people in L.A. rallied
the other week over the prospect of restrictive
immigration laws but war protests don't get more
than a few thousand. What's goin' on?
Mercy Mercy Me
There's no draft to rankle the
college ranks, which makes Mr. Bush's war seem pretty
remote for most. That's a shame, because
if Americans really wanted to rise up and foment
change, well, the times couldn't be more ripe.
But illegal immigration touches
a lot of the popular hot buttons jobs, the
economy, foreigners (and their religions), tax collection,
social services, border protection, equality and
on and on. It's the one all-encompassing issue that's
gotten inside America's grill and it's not going