The Reading List for Nov 7: Sex & Politics Edition
Although readers of this column will note that I've already posted about the best bits of yesterday's election (hint: it's not the politics) there were still a few doozies I wanted to share with you before they got stale. Although in the case of the political stories, the subjects themselves are beyond stale.
Example 1: Donald Trump.
Upon discovering that Obama had won the election, Trump took to Twitter to kvetch that the election was "a total sham and a travesty" and that "the world is laughing at us." No, the world is laughing with Obama for his election and laughing at you, Donald, for being such a whiney sad sack.
Another person laughing at you, Mr Trump? Brian Williams, who thinks that Trump has "driven well past the last exit to relevance."
Why do I feel like this just happened?
Oh, and then Trump deleted a bunch of his tweets. Whatever happened to standing by your words? Hmm. Maybe Mr Trump should learn to censor himself before he presses "send."
Example 2: Victoria Jackson's Twitter Feed.
Read her meltdown on Twitter. Go ahead.
Doesn't anyone remember the fact that Alley is also a Scientologist, just like Mr Travolta? I think Alley should read Kate Bornstein's A Queer and Pleasant Danger. Oh yeah, I forgot. She can't. Because Bornstein is viewed as a Suppressive Person.