Further on the anti-’chun chun’ agenda, recently, Obama’s choice for ambassador to Iraq, Brett McGurk, had to withdraw his nomination because of racy emails he exchanged years ago with a reporter. He is now married to that reporter. At the time of the emails, they were also married – just to other people
The signs that ‘salt fish’ will be just outlawed are everywhere
Chatychaty.com strongly recommends a thorough read of Daniel Thwaites’ article in the Gleaner, entitled ‘American ban looms on Vagitarian diet”. It is thought-provokingly hilarious.
He says, “America seems to be evolving a system where the public has pagan sexual licence, but public figures are expected to be evangelical-Christian chaste. It’s schizophrenic. I’m wondering when they will just go ahead and declare ‘cho cho’ illegal? It can’t be long. I would give it a year.
The article continues, “Take a sampling of recent news articles. John Edwards, the former presidential candidate, was just acquitted for breaching the rules of ‘pp’ by secretly channelling campaign funds to his babymama. One can’t help but feel that anti-’kitty’ sentiment, and the powerful anti-’pums’ lobby, stood behind the damaging prosecution and public humiliation.
“Edwards argued “the purpose” meant the money had to be for his presidential campaign, but his was a gift whose purpose was to hide the pretty baby from his wife. The judge disagreed. The money didn’t need to be for the sole purpose of influencing the election to qualify. It could be to hide the baby and to influence the election. He’s lucky the jury let him off.
“Further on the anti-’chun chun’ agenda, recently, Obama’s choice for ambassador to Iraq, Brett McGurk, had to withdraw his nomination because of racy emails he exchanged years ago with a reporter. He is now married to that reporter. At the time of the emails, they were also married – just to other people.
“The sad part is that Mr McGurk is understood to be the best man for the job (and also knowledgeable about Iraq). But the new rule is that regardless of one’s accomplishments, once implicated in ‘pun-y’ business, that’s the end of the line.
My goodness! In Jamaica, we consider sexting a human right. What do you think people are talking about while running up the bills in this Digicel and LIME price war?”
The signs that ‘salt fish’ will be just outlawed are everywhere. Last week, Michigan state Representative Lisa Brown was barred from speaking for a day following her use of the word ‘vagina’ in a debate about abortion rights. How exactly does one talk about reproduction while steering entirely clear of that word, or some substitute or derivative thereof?
Based on my trend analysis, it will probably be outright outlawed and done by 2013 for American public officials. ‘Pokie’ may continue to exist for the wider citizenry, but the controllers usually start at the top and work their way down. I think ‘cho cho’s’ future is dark.
(Read full article by Daniel Thwaites in the Gleaner. Daniel Thwaites is a partner of Thwaites, Lundgren & D’Arcy in Westchester and Bronx counties in New York.)
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