Friday, September 21, 2007

Hey, These Two Goombas Know All About "The Common Man"
Provided "common" means you're a millionaire

Did you know that a US Marine must get a haircut at least once a week? And last time I checked with the barber-shop up in Camp Lejeune, haircuts were going for $3.50 a pop.

No big deal... that comes with the territory. But then I find out that Mr. Man of the People, Mitt Romney, dropped $300 on something called "a make-up consultant".

On what Romney spends on make-up, a Marine can get over a year and a half worth of hair-cuts. Is it just me, or does something seem kinda wrong with that?

But to put this into even better context, Mr. Ambulance Chaser himself, John Edwards, has been known to drop $1,250 for a hair-cut. That's right... 1,250 clams. That's seven years worth of hair-cuts for a Marine.

Yep, I think I realize now what "Two Americas" Edwards is talking about. And that phony-baloney Mitt Romney isn't far behind him.

3 Comments:

Blogger tara said...

$1,250 for a haircut? Did he get his hair combed with a gold brush? How absurd! And Mitt romney, seems to talk out of two sides of his mouth. He claims to be a Mormon, but whenever is asked about his beliefs--they always sound strangly Christian--many Mormons are angry with him for "betraying" his faith and not standing up for what mormon doctrine teaches. He says what he needs to in order to make the most people happy (phoney-baloney). Kinda sounds like a politician. What a sorry state of affairs.

10:03 PM  
Blogger the Mom said...

Two Americas? How do I get to move over to the side that has enough cash to drop $1250 on a haircut and NOT think it's crazy? He could come to my house and I'd cut his hair for the bargain price of ... say $500. Such a deal!

10:54 PM  
Blogger Arkanabar T'verrick Ilarsadin said...

I have a hard time understanding how they can call Edwards "the Breck Girl".... isn't Breck a discount brand of shampoo?

9:33 PM  

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