Sitting in the $5 [for seniors] pizza buffet joint in Kerrville last trip I couldn’t help overhearing a conversation between several young women in the next booth. They were agreeing among themselves that the US needs a woman in the White House. Evidently it’s a matter of a woman would do things a man of whatever ethnic group wouldn’t. They didn’t go into what that might be.
But as the conversation developed it was clear they were unanimous on the identity of the woman of choice. Hillary Clinton. Whew. Another shot at keeping the US presidency in the hands of people with the same surnames as previous occupants.
I couldn’t care less what gender the person in the White House is, I thought as I listened. But I’d sure as hell hate to see the Clinton surname having to my thoughts again. We’d be landslided with the sexual behaviors of the First Man, and possibly those of the Lady herself. Probably get Janet Reno back in the Attorney General slot. Re-open that CIA airstrip in Arkansas to bring in planeloads of cocaine and heroine to be sold down in the hoods.
But if minority status is the perfect criterion for filling the office of president, probably it would be best to check as many boxes as possible at the same time. Otherwise it will take forever to get it so’s anything can be accomplished.
The next president of the US needs to be able to switch back-and-forth between male and female, for beginners. His granddad needs to have been black, his mother Asiatic, his father Hispanic. Which narrows things down a lot when it comes to finding someone to fill the bill.
But in addition, the Trannie in the White House needs to be both handsome and virile, when a man, and sexy, provocative, easy-on-the-eye, when a female. Needs to give women a thrill, on the one hand, and men erections, on the other.
All things to all people.
The only downside I can think of is probably there are people of that description named Clinton, and Bush, and Kennedy, and Roosevelt.
Hell you can’t have everything.
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