Political Pundits have long waited for this day…

[Lt. Governor Cagle]: Is there any blogger that wants to rise on a point of personal privilege?

The distinguished blogger from College Park, Georgia is recognized for a point of personal privilege.

[Andre Walker]: Thank you, Mr. President.

Fellow Georgia bloggers, today is a great day for our state and our country for today is the day that the coveted Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue hits news stands across Georgia and America.

The 2008 issue is something that all of Georgia can be proud of; both Democrats and Republicans. A lot of work has gone into this annual publication that pictures some of the finest women the world has to offer. I take personal pride in knowing that every year, this great swimsuit issue from Sports Illustrated is a source of agreement for people of all political persuasions. It truly is a benefit to our society.

My only regret is that Sports Illustrated didn’t feature the lovely GOPeach in their magazine.

And with that, Mr. President, I yield the well.


  1. Andre Walker says:

    Oh come on, my post included a reference to the Lt. Governor, Democrats, Republicans, and the state of Georgia.

    And on top of that, it included parliamentary procedure!

  2. Joy says:

    For what it’s worth, I thought it was funny. I am wondering what it will take to get rid of the mental image though.

  3. Demonbeck says:

    Frankly, I clicked on this thread originally because I thought it was Erick announcing the banishment of GOPeach.

  4. LoyaltyIsMyHonor says:

    Yeah, I saw the SI swimsuit issue at the store the other day. My first instict was to reach for it, but then I stopped and thought: Wait, this is 2008 and not 1978; SI really doesn’t say or do anything relevant anymore.”

    I’ve moved on to Internet Porn anyway.

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