Friday, February 13, 2009

Frowny, Sucked-In Lips Face Claims Another Victim


Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH) pauses as he announces he is withdrawing as President Barack Obama's Commerce Secretary nominee at a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, February 12, 2009. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)


That face again! What, exactly, does it mean? It seems to always be associated with guilt, embarrassment, acknowledgment of stupidity, etc.

Still, though, nobody will ever beat Eliot Spitzer at Frowny, Sucked-In Lips Face.

14 comments:

Matty Boy said...

Are we moments away from hooker revelations? If so, please no pictures. Ick.

Steve said...

His withdrawal as Commerce Sect may have more to do with his BofA ties than hookers. That is not to say there aren't similarities.
To bad. I was looking forward to a Here come de Judd, revival.

Anonymous said...

Could it be a failed attempt to swallow one's own face?

Lulu Maude said...

Well... buying women is always a mug-maker. It's such a private thing, you know.

Do you think Judd has some whips n' chains in his recent past? If not, we should arrange for some.

Fran said...
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Fran said...

Judd has that- I got me some skeletons in my closet I don't want to have see the light of day, look, going on.

So to "save face" he announces he's just found out about the stimulus package, and he just decided he does not like it.

They should scrutinize his finances just for the hell of it... it's a republican's turn to pay back taxes owed.

Nice save, Jughead, I mean Judd

Anonymous said...

He has ties to Abramoff. Rachel Maddow mentioned this last week.
Good Riddance!

Dick Tremayne said...

The "Eliot Spitzer" is not a good look unless one is trying to make an elephant sound.

Celia said...

As Anonymous suggested, Elliot Spitzer's lip-suck-in was clearly him trying to swallow himself out of embarrassment. Since the ground wouldn't do it for him, and all. Mr. Gregg's shame is apparently not quite so severe. Not yet, anyway.

dguzman said...

I must admit to making that face whenever I pass a work-republican in the halls; it's my "I don't smile at idiots" face.

Perhaps I should reconsider.

Anonymous said...

Who could trust anyone with a total of two vowels in his first and last names combined? Good riddance.

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