Obama finds time to pick best looking AG

It’s all a matter of political perspective


Taking time from his vacations, global apology tours and teeing up with Tiger Woods, Barack Obama has determined that “by far the best looking Attorney General” is Kamala Harris. Kamala_Harris_CA_AG

During a speech at a DNC fundraising luncheon on Thursday, Obama broke from the heavy topic of climate change to give a “shout-out” to California Attorney General Kamala Harris, noting a couple of times that she is “easy on the eyes.”

“She’s brilliant and she’s dedicated, she’s tough,” Obama raved. “She also happens to be, by far, the best-looking Attorney General … It’s true! C’mon.”

Harris, 48, campaigned strenuously for Obama in 2012. Her name has been mentioned as a potential Supreme Court replacement when 80-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsburg retires.

Florida’s Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi, an award-winning former prosecutor, doesn’t need a “shout out.”  She’s a steady intellectual who charms without the extravagant accolades. Bondi is the lead attorney general in the lawsuit seeking to overturn ObamaCare.  In the lawsuit the State of Florida and 26 other states have argued that the individual mandate provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act violates the Constitution.

Bondi addressed the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa. During her first campaign in 2010, she handily defeated her Democrat opponent to become the Attorney General of the State of Florida by a 55% to 41% margin.

Regardless of what Obama says, keep your eye on Bondi.


12 Responses to Obama finds time to pick best looking AG

  1. eubykdisop says:

    And as Obama was busy determining who is the fairest of them all, the new Republican National Committee Chief of Staff, Mike Shields, was busy laying out his strategy for attacking Conservatives!

    “RNC Declares War on Conservative Grassroots”

    “by Michael Patrick Leahy
    4 Apr 2013”

    “At a meeting of the Ripon Society held in Washington, D.C.’s exclusive Capitol Hill Club on Tuesday, new Republican National Committee Chief of Staff Mike Shields effectively declared war on the conservative grassroots. In a strong attack, Shields coined a new derogatory term, “the professional right,” to refer to groups that have publicly criticized the recent RNC “Autopsy” report.”

    “It’s a term I’ll be using often in the coming months,” he told the crowd of about 40 Ripon Society members, RNC insiders, and Capitol Hill staffers. But Reagan biographer Craig Shirley, who was not one of those in attendance at the meeting, was quick to note that Shields’s new term had already backfired. “As opposed to what, unprofessional Republicans?” he shot back.”


  2. Maggie says:

    Unattractive Democrats become beauties. It’s all in the eye of the beholder. Speaking of which, even Eric Holder is better looking than Kamala Harris.

    • Delilah says:

      According to Rush, “Feminism is a way of unattractive women becoming mainstreamed”, lol. I think BHO just proved that to be true. When he said that I immediately thought of Pam Bondi.

  3. Army Of One says:

    SRAZ got it right…again. Pam Bondi wins, hands down!

  4. Villanova says:

    Another vote for Attorney General Bondi here. She’s also very smart. Quite a combination. Republicans have a corner on brainy beauties. Fox News’ Megyn Kelly has long been a favorite of mine. She also has a law degree.
    The Democrats have too-much-Candy Crowley, aged Andrea Mitchell and Rachel Maddow.

  5. eubykdisop says:


    “Grassley, Senate Judiciary Conservatives to Gang of 8 GOP: ‘Time for Transparency Has Come'”

    “by Matthew Boyle
    5 Apr 2013”

    “Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), ranking GOP member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and three of his fellow conservative committee colleagues are demanding the Republican members of the bipartisan “Gang of Eight” take their immigration reform negotiations out of the shadows so all GOP members of the Senate, and the American people, can see what they are doing.”

    “In addition to the immediate demand for transparency, the Judiciary Committee conservatives are demanding the “Gang of Eight” Republicans force multiple hearings on any immigration reform legislation their group develops.”


  6. eubykdisop says:


    “FBI Stranded as Mexican Cartels Increase Networks in USA”

    “by Brandon Darby
    5 Apr 2013”

    “Special Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) risk their lives and the safety of their families to protect and serve, yet politicians in Washington, D.C. have left many of them stranded, without fuel, and feeling as though their operational integrity has been compromised. As a result of politically-motivated sequester cuts, many in the FBI worry they cannot do their jobs as well as when they had adequate funding.”

    “The cuts to the FBI come at a time when Mexican cartels are increasing operations in the U.S. through prison gangs which operate outside the cell walls as the Mexican Mafia and the Aryan Brotherhood; when prosecutors are being slain in broad daylight or at home; when a federal prosecutor resigned from a case due to fears over his safety and that of his loved ones; when U.S. Border Patrol Agents have leaked images of Mexican drug smugglers being escorted by men with an AK-47 on US soil, and when there exists a high likelihood that the Mexican Gulf Cartel has begun using the Aryan Brotherhood in the U.S. as assassins and ground troops.”

    “One FBI Special Agent spoke to me on the condition of anonymity about concerns for the men and women of the FBI and the safety of the American public. The Special Agent stated:”

    “We are meeting at a Starbucks in the morning and carpooling in a private car. Once at the office, we are not allowed to use our government vehicles to perform our duties. I am concerned about the integrity of our mission. What is going to happen if a terrorist attack or other emergency occurs when we do not have gas in our vehicles and aren’t allowed to use them.”

    “The Special Agent explained why they cannot use their personal vehicles in the commission of their work:”

    “Long before money problems, there was a culture of not using our own vehicles, both because of the liability to the Bureau and because it exposes our identities and bad guys can find our spouses and children much easier. If we are doing surveillance or doing the necessary interviews with sources or bad guys that are required to keep Americans safe in our personal vehicles, they can easily find us or who we are.”


    • westnash says:

      That is the drumbeat to increase govt spending and contrary to the reality.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Really, Westnash? I challenge you to provide evidence that it is “contrary to reality”. Show us what you have, Westnash.

        And as regards spending, you would have us spend the money of the taxpayers of Arizona on this:

        “Westnash says:
        March 12, 2013 at 8:36 am
        I would be in favor of Arizona requiring Spanish (for legal students of course).”

        Being such a spending hawk, you must know exactly how much it would cost taxpayers to teach SPANISH to every Arizona student. What, exactly, is the price tag for Arizona taxpayers for your Reconquista proposal, Westnash? Now don’t tell us, with all of your concern about spending that you don’t even know what it would cost, LOL!

        Have a nice day, Westy! :-)

      • eubykdisop says:

        Oh yeah, and since you apparently don’t get it, Westnash, the issue is that the Obama administration is CHOOSING to cut funds for gasoline for FBI vehicles instead of making the cuts elsewhere.

  7. Sgt. Preston says:

    Oh yeah, Harris is far better looking than Bondi, BarackO. We can tell your taste from the ample assed woman you picked as your wife.