Discussion:U.S. Freelance Ambassadors Req. to be Big Breasted

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CrowJD (talk|edits) said:

17 November 2012
BREAKING: Jack of all Government Trades & Courtesy Ambassador Kelley's Credentials Questioned...By Me.

What the hell is going on here? Is this what an American "socialite" is today? Very refined lot they seem to be.

This sounds like a story out of True Romance magazine, or the Modern Mobile Home magazine (published by Trailer Trash Press).

The Love Sponge radio host threatened to deep fry a Koran. Jack of All Trades "Torpedos Kelley" was called into action to prevent potential world-wide riots.

(You couldn't make this up if you tried. "Mary Hartman! Mary Hartman!" was not even this weird.)

We have a multi-trillion dollar federal government and no official could call the Tampa mayor for a favor but Ms. Kelley? After all, she's so discreet and the last thing in the world she is is a low class "high class" name dropper.

It's obvious that various military men and others(?) were attempting to keep this woman busy and entertained with pretend government work so she'd be available as a weekend companion or perhaps a lunch date at the White House mess (how romantic). Next thing we'll hear is that one of the generals took her for a tour of the Lincoln bedroom.

I probably shouldn't write this now since the whole thing is likely to get worse before it gets better. Was she sent on the behalf of the U.S. to pay a friendly visit to North Korea's new maximum leader? Perhaps she was allowed to take the "Atomic Football" for an afternoon so she could outdo her rich friends by carrying the most exotic purse in the whole wide world. Who knows.

Fr. Mackelhenry (talk|edits) said:

17 November 2012
I would say that our country needs revival. More religion is what it needs. But then you could make the argument that the Church (and our Church) has also been a part of this national rot. Peyton Place has overtaken the Church too, particularly the American Mega Church.

I think the only thing we can do to restore our country would be to retroactively ban Reality TV. Ban it, and wipe out what we have stored in the archives. If it takes a Constitutional Amendment to do this, so be it.

Crow, I am surprised that a liberal like you is concerned about this.

CrowJD (talk|edits) said:

17 November 2012
Don't forget I'm a country preacher and a former Holy Spirit snake handler. Like all preachers, I'm entitled to a reactionary rant now and again.

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