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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Take my wife...please

Rep. John T. Doolittle
US House of Representatives

Dear Rep. Doolittle,

Chestlessness. It's a quality of which we see way too much in America these days. Sure, there are still courageous men like John Derbyshire, Nathaniel Blake, Mark Steyn, and that guy in my history class who declared that the holocaust could have been avoided if Jews had taken the time to learn karate; men who aren't afraid to constantly remind us of their courage as they hunker behind their keyboards, but unfortunately, they are rare beings.

Today, I learned of one more. That man is you. I can't tell you how impressed I was with your response to the news that the FBI had raided your home as part of a bribery and corruption investigation. Most men would have hid from the press, but not you. Instead, you threw your wife under the bus and instructed your staff to do the same. That took real courage.

I hope Mrs Doolittle realizes just how lucky she is.

Heterosexually yours,

Gen. JC Christian, patriot

Elsewhere: pastordan introduces us to another chestless wanker.


  1. Anonymous7:23 AM

    Somewhat off topic, but the true question is, what would SuperJesus(r) do?

    Girl Scout

    (and double screw haloscan)

  2. Anonymous7:26 AM

    On a more serious note, if the husband is the head of the household and the wife is subservient to him in all things, in what sense can the Congressman be "supportive" of his wive? Isn't that kind of like saying the Congressman is supportive of his hand?

    Girl Scout


We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.