Topic: "Wide Stance" (4)
Rarely does Frodo simply break into sheer ridcule, but there are just some circumstances where someone is so oblivious to the obvious that the real disservice would be to do or say nothing. This, Frodo supposes, is why the little boy finally spoke up and said "The King has no clothes."
Today, the portraits of George W. and Laura Bush, commissioned entirely by private funds, were unveiled before their official hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. To clarify, this is not the "official" portrait, commissioned by public funds, which will grace some empty space, and perhaps frighten children, in White Houses to come. When the covers were pulled from the frames, Frodo immediately noted the ridiculousness of the George W. pose, and has been unable to stop laughing ever since.
The Incomparable Moron is pictured in an open-necked shirt, and he is seated, legs spread, as if he was in the midst of a regular daily bowel movement. Frodo looked to see if perhaps the shoe of Senator Larry Craig was visible in the portrait. Certainly, the 44th President was exhibiting, if nothing else, that he does indeed maintain a "wide stance."
As Frodo has continued to wipe the tears of laughter from his eyes, he has concluded that such a portrait is probably "apros pro." The guy has been dumping on us for eight years; why should we remember him otherwise?