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Friday, April 15, 2005

Why There Are So Few Blow Jobs in the Oval Office These Days 

Courtesy of Zemblan patriot J.M.: Henry Kissinger famously said that "power is the ultimate aphrodisiac," but there are some guys even power can't help. Women the world over seem to agree that, as Molly Ivins might put it, the President does not have much Elvis in him:
He may be leader of the free world and Time magazine's "Person of the Year," but a new international survey of women makes certain that President Bush is far from being the sexiest man alive.

In a recent online poll conducted by Esquire magazine, 11,000 women in 15 countries were asked to rate Bush's sex appeal on a scale of one to 10, and America's commander-in-chief failed to register much more than a two.

Women in Australia, Germany and the Netherlands were the harshest judges of George W.'s sexual allure, giving him an average rating of 1.4 each, Esquire said in its survey released earlier this week.

By contrast, Indonesian women were the most generous, giving Bush an average score of 2.2; American women found their president slightly less appealing, rating him a 2.1.
And he only broke 2 in America because Condoleezza erased her cookies and voted forty-six times.

SIDEBAR: Why do Rush Limbaugh and George Bush get along so well? Because Rush looks at George and thinks, "Compared to that guy, I'm a stud." And George looks at Rush and thinks, "Compared to that guy, I'm a stud."

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