HUGGIES, HONEYS! | A Damsel in Distress

Sunday, October 26, 2008


Posted By on Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 6:34 PM


 Oh, honeys, this is so rich! Like ME, come to think of it!


I am, as I know most of you are, incurably romantic.


I mean, I’m fanatic and everything about not contracting STD’s and stuff on my designer duds and within my person, but let’s face it: love makes the world go ‘round, Razorbacks!


Except, evidently and oddly, in the case of John and Cindy McCain.


Here are just TWO of many captured stills of the rapturous (and obviously loving and aroused) Obamas and the McCains (obviously NOT rapturous, loving or aroused) side-by-side onstage immediately after the final debate, followed by a link to my very, very dear very, very old friends -- couples counselors Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks’ (please: no obvious puns on his name) -- interpreting the Presidential Couples’  body language on HUFFPO. (With MORE delicious pix of the candidates' precious political pa de deux.)


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The Hendricks brilliantly dissect these visuals of “a marriage between a recovering drug addict and a deeply traumatized veteran.” Therefore, its Presidential implications for America.


So of course it’s INCUMBENT on me, and I mean that in a political way, to share with my very, very dear very, very old friends – you wonderful A-T bloggers!


HERE IS that link again, honeys.


As always, you’re welcome.






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