Will Ann Romney become a lasting Datalounge figure? Or is she a flash in the pan?
Ann Romney: symbol of entitled coozitude for years to come?
Or is she just this year's model?
Hopefullt she's a flash in the pan and after the election and all their good byes, we won't have to think abut her any more. She is not unique. She is a very ordinay person. The only think separating her from other rich entitled bitches is her fame thru association.
I don't know. Cindy McCain didn't get nearly this much play on DL. I think we have a new DL star.
As long as I am a refugee here, OP, Ann - like the chupacabra and the skinwalkers before her - will live on.
On November 7, we will be rid of Lady MacRomney--and her douchebag, lying husband foreveer.
She's too frumpy to last.
She goes into the binder along with Pickles and Bar Bar.
That's why I'm not sure. Cindy McCain (and Callista Gingrich) were both like some zombie cross between a nighttime soap star and an alien from "V."
Ann Romney isn't even that much fun. She just seems simultaneouly dumpy and vulgar. Like a Talbots pantsuit worn with $40,000 of DeBeers diamonds. But she's certainly inspired plenty of passion on the DL.
She seems to be trying real hard. It was funny on The View when she opened her mouth all I heard was a loud sucking noise.
I'd say she has a slight edge on Dottie Sandusky.
Ann Bluth is a star.
Doesn't it rather depend on how the election works out for her?
DL fame can be fleeting.
Why the collective soft spot for Pickles?
Ann Romney might make a rare DL comeback when she tries to rejuvenate her image by doing "NOH8" campaign spots like Cindy McCain.
The good news is that the NOH8 tape will never be removed from Ann's mouth.
I hope she becomes a flash in the pan of burning grease.
Pickles has great taste. She did a fabulous job designing the Oval Office rug. Too bad Obama didn't keep it.
There is no soft spot for Pickles, she's just one of the Marie Antionette characters to come on the scene in the past few years.
Their convenience is in their representation of all that is wrong and evil with these people, so that the mongoloid general populace can have something we can all point at and say "SEE THIS? THIS BAD".
Stupid people for these asses constantly, shiny objects and all that.
We used to have the best Pickles troll here who would post her Xanax-and-tequila-fueled ramblings.
If her husband wins, she's here for 8 years. Probably more -- Sarah Palin didn't win, and we're still posting about her stupid ass!
I already posted once, R17. You must have a bad case of Romnesia.
Ann has the best accessories to offer in recent DL history, so I believe she and her prancing pony will be sticking around for a while.
Bumpita for post-election opinions.
Here's Ann trying to use ESP to make Michelle's dress fall off during the Obama victory speech.
What are the chances of Ann Romney following Cindy McCain's path of doing a 'NOH8' ad?
R25. Funny bitch.
[R7] - my mom has a particular fascination with the Gingriches, and how truly loathsome they are. Somehow she's gotten the idea that he's a randy old gasbag, and she's a freakish gold-digger?
She had no idea they co-presented their convention speech in alternating paragraphs!
They used her too sparingly. That is all ...
R30. There's a reason they used Ann Romney sparingly. So often she came off even more unlikeable than her horribly unlikeable husband.
Ann's Repug Convention howl, "I loooooooove women" was cringeworthy and disgustingly insincere and patronizing.
I wonder now of she was the one keeping the binders full of women?
Oh yes! Titless Ann will be an DL icon for years.
She was so unlikeable but I thought she really stuck the boot in Mitt when she did that whiny rant about how hard it was campaigning. Nothing says "We're not up to the job" like whining on the campaign trail. It all sounded like, "We're The Romneys. We shouldn't have to work this hard to get to The White House."
Stop it ! We've given everything we need to, under the law, to 'you people'
I love the Bar Bush replies no matter who posts them.
I always see Bar's face and can hear her saying them with that smug little side eye to George sitting next to her.
I'll never go away. You people need me to shine a light on the path of righteousness now more than ever.
And more proof that you all hate women (and I love them)? If Rafalca was a stud and not some tired old mare you'd be requesting him for pony rides at children's birthday parties.
She'll probably hawk a line of fashionable yet reasonably priced handbags on QVC. Also available exclusively at Cosco and one of Oprah's favorite things.
I took a look at the Romney boys the other night. They all got that scrunched up witchlike face of hers. Mitt is a douche, but he is handsome, however Ann's strong genetics took over and destroyed those boys in the face.
Maybe she'll start a blog about living the good life... a la Goop.
No, but Refalca has a chance.
Bar Bush is pure evil, Laura killed a man and enjoyed her Xanax and liquor. They had something. But Ann is just so banal. There's nothing interesting about her clueless banality.
Ann Romney didn't have the balls to be First Lady.
Definitely QVC material!
She went from being a nobody Mormon housewife to becoming a Datalounge legend so clearly this is working out quite well for her.
Cindy McCain, in comparison to Ann Romney, is a paragon of down to earthness.
[quote]A true leader invites those who supported the losers to participate in a show of unity for the same country which allows even hotly contested elections to be conducted without violence.
And the Republican's response to Obama? John Boehner and Mitch McConnell refuse Obama's election night call. Go to the 6th paragraph.
So you can go cram this shit.
Ann will be remembered as the one who gave birth to the true lasting troll: Rafalca (or whatever the name of that horse is).
Look! Ann has a new cookbook!
[quote]For the Romney family, the heart of the home is the kitchen. Pull up a chair as Ann Romney invites you into her home and kitchen, combining some of her favorite foods with memories of raising five boys (such as coming home to find her young son completely covered in Marshmallow Fluff). Part insider look, part cookbook, The Romney Family Table offers an irresistible blend of personal reflections, family photos, homegrown traditions, and more than 130 mouthwatering recipes that have bound a family together through the generations.
Among the recipes: "Mitt's Meat Loaf Cakes (A favorite birthday entree that Mitt likes.)"