Even as the “Frocky Horror Picture Show Contest” goes to the people for a vote, we have new entries to consider: here’s Lady M at a veterans employment event in the East Room Tuesday.
The event which Lady M held with Dr. Jill, Joey and Big Guy, was to encourage the private sector to hire returning veterans. Something that wouldn’t be necessary if the economy wasn’t in the tank the way it is, due to economic policies beyond our control.
In all fairness, we’ve seen this old frock before, with bat wings:
Actually,we’ve seen this lovely number twice before:
That’s good, as this little Thakoon number originally ran the campaign somewhere in the neighborhood of $1500 smackers - without the sparkly black bow - so cost-averaging it over 3 wearings drops it into the more reasonable $500/appearance range. Butt wow! That’s as much as some of the items in Sarah Palin’s campaign wardrobe that the MSM had a conniption fit over - and she was a CANDIDATE!
Anyway, did you notice what’s new about MO’s look this time around?
It’s the mani: in blue! To match the blue flowers in the frock. It was also recycled - from the WHCD on Saturday.
It’s amazing how long a good manicure lasts when you don’t have to do anything other than feed yourself. Note to self: remind Lady M that rule doesn’t apply to lipstick.
And speaking of lips, did you hear the latest from Jay-Jay’s?
Well, again, I mean, that’s a hypothetical. But let’s be clear. Benghazi happened a long time ago. We are unaware of any agency blocking an employee who would like to appear before Congress to provide information related to Benghazi. The Accountability Review Board which investigated this matter -- and I think in no one’s estimation sugarcoated what happened there or pulled any punches when it came to holding accountable individuals that they felt had not successfully executed their responsibilities -- heard from everyone and invited everyone. So there was a clear indication there that everyone who had something to say was welcome to provide information to the Accountability Review Board.
But again, with regards to these stories, to our knowledge, we’re not aware of any agency that has blocked an employee who would like to appear before Congress. And as you noted, both the State Department and Department of Defense have made clear that they are not aware of any requests for a security clearance for a private attorney having been made in connection with the Benghazi investigation. So what you have is an attorney saying she represents somebody, claiming that she’s not getting this security clearance, and yet the agencies involved have no information about that at all, which falls into the broader story here, which this is these allegations are part of an unfortunate pattern of spreading misinformation and politicizing this issue.
I don’t believe anyone is disputing the latter fact.
…part of an unfortunate pattern of spreading misinformation and politicizing this issue.
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network