October 23, 2007, - 1:27 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
**** UPDATE, 10/25/07: Mrs. Bush dons the Islamic Headscarf (Hijab) for Saudi Women in Breast Cancer Tour. See Photos. ****
Trite But True: A Picture is, INDEED, Worth a Thousand Words.
I’ve written–twice (here and here)–about First Lady Laura Bush’s absurd Breast Cancer Awareness Tours of the Extremist Islamic World. Now comes this picture from AP that says it all. It’s a photo of Mrs. Bush posing with two United Arab Emirates (our “moderate” “ally”) alleged breast cancer survivors, Shareefa Sayed Al-Hashemi and Nabaweia Hussein Al Zaabi. I say “alleged breast cancer survivors” because–with those disguises–we have no clue who they are or even if they’re women (yes, I know that men get breast cancer, too). And, as we know, everything from the Muslim Mid-East is done for maximum propaganda effect, as if to say: “We’re just like you American women.” Riiiiight–Just. Like Us!
I’ve posted a few of my choice captions. Would love to read yours in the comments section. I’ve also posted USA Today’s caption, below, after my own.
“Religion of Peace” Sandwich
Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil
Future Bush Family Photo. Those Are The Twins.
Future New York Runway During Fashion Week
Islamic Diversity: Eye-Slit, No Eye-Slit. “As I’ve Always Told George, Muslim Women Have a Lot of Choices.”
“Honor Killings, Schmonor Killings. As We Say in Texas, Breast Cancer is Definitely the Biggest Crisis Facing Muslim Women in the Mid-East.”
“Gotta Get Some of These Gorgeous High Fashions From Designers Donna Koran and Anti-Christian Dior For My Twin Daughters.”
“I’m Sure Lack of Exposure to Sunshine & Vitamin D Has Nothing to do With the High Rate of Breast Cancer in the Islamic World.”
SEXY: Mrs. Bush Poses With the Muslim World’s Pamela Anderson and Paris Hilton
Woman On Our Left, Bush’s Right: “My Pink Ribbon is Under There . . . Somewhere.”
Woman on Our Right, Bush’s Left: After the Photo, She Was Sentenced to Stoning for Immodest Decoration
Woman on Our Right, Bush’s Left: “Ribbon? What Pink Ribbon? That’s My Seeing Device.”
Which One’s Ashley & Which One’s Mary Kate [Olsen]?
Callback Auditions for Saudi Playboy’s Twin Edition
Regular Price. Four Bucks. Four Bucks
All Three of These Women Can Ask for a Divorce From Their Husbands. Only One Can Get It.
New Al-Jazeera Comedy: “My Three Wives,” Starring George Al-Bush.
Only One of These Women Can Drive in Saudi Arabia. Oh, Wait, None of These Women Can Drive in Saudi Arabia.
Suha Arafat to Hillary Clinton: The Jews Poisoned Our Water With Cancer; UAE Women to Laura Bush: Evil Zionists, er . . . Israeli Jews, Aren’t Allowed In Our Country. But, Somehow We Got Breast Cancer Anyway.
National Organization for Women, Jihadi Caucus
Future Iowa Presidential Caucus
So, Three Chicks Walk Into a Bar, er . . . Mosque. No Punchline. Just Beheading.
Mrs. Pander Claus Visits the Gulf
America’s First Lady Moderates Debate of Our Time: “Niqab vs. Burqa”
“Chopping Off Cancer-Ridden Breasts? Lady, In Our Country, We Prefer Chopping Off Heads.”
“No, Mrs. Bush, ‘Chop-Chop Square‘ is Not Where We Perform Mastectomies”
Girls Night Out: Nicholas Berg Video Screening Party
Made From Scarlett Al-Hara’s Drapes During the Eternal Muslim Civil War
But Which One is the Real Jedi Master? And Where is Boba Fett?
**** UPDATE: Here’s the photo in color. I can see I was mistaken. With breast cancer pink in the background, I now realize that these women are “moderate” and “peaceful” and not repressed at all.
File Under: Bush Concerned Over Chopping Off Breasts in the Land Where They’re More Concerned With Chopping Off . . .
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