Pretty tough...for a cheerleader
The Washington Post article about Romney reminds us that he was a cheerleader, too:"He was not a natural athlete, but found his place among the jocks by managing the hockey team and leading megaphone cheers for the football team. "
Dammit, you both beat me to it. "OOps" Perry was one of those, too.
What is it with all of these "manly-man" Conservative male feckin' cheerleaders, and them becoming politicians?And the women who love them?Back in my day, the mid-70's, my upstate NY HS had some beautiful cheerleaders - but no handsome ones (well, unless you count Sally, which I don't, she was kinda... NTTAWWT!). The only place I EVER saw male cheerleaders, was at college football games on TV.Back then, if some male teenager had asked to join the cheerleading squad, someone would have "Romney'd" him. Not ME - but someone probably would have. Those were less enlightened times. At least in NY state.So, Conservatives - Whadafucksupwidat?PS: In retrospect, I wish we DID have them, and I'd been one of 'em. Instead of memories of hits made and injuries sustained, I'd have ones of holding-up a cute teenage girl and looking up her short skirt - and then catching her tight butt in my hands.Er... uhm... excuse me - I gotta go now...
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