Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Women Leaders

Here's a tip: if you want to be taken seriously, you shouldn't dress like this.

10 comments:

Dan @ Necessary Roughness said...

Well, that explains why President Bush thought he could give her a backrub.

Des_Moines_Girl said...

Good Lord!!! Boobs are the greatest fashion accessory ever but there are limits!!! :-O

Des_Moines_Girl said...

Is this blitzkrieg or boobkrieg?

Maybe it's time for a little German reunification?

Sorry...I'll stop now. ;-)

Firehand said...

If she'd worn it to a business meeting, I'd agree. But to the opera?

Barb the Evil Genius said...

Well, anybody who attends a business meeting with her now could be thinking about "the girls." Frankly, I think it's a bit too much cleavage for any occasion.

elephantschild said...

holy cow.

Makes me want to get the icecubes from the freezer and drop a few down the center there.

Jane said...

wow.I'm with you, Barb.

Pauli said...

Ach du lieber! Luftschiff hoch!!

If Hillary gets elected POTUS, watch for Pelosi to start wearing dresses like that just to show her "who's tops" so-to-speak.

elephantschild said...

Yeah, "muffin tops" won't simply be what's served on the silver tray in the Capitol's lunch room...

Ay-yi-yi.

Andrew Clarke said...

I think you're right. If a human being of either gender wants to be taken seriously as a human, not just as an erotic object, then presenting the body in certain ways is inappropriate. There is no reason to draw attention to breasts, legs, biceps or any other bodily asset unless you are trying to attract someone in that way - which is not the duty of a leader when on the job.