So, President Obama thinks Kamala Harris of California is the hottest attorney general in the country!
Put that way, Harris might well be. But let’s change the term “attorney general” to the word “prosecutor.” Then things change a bit.
The hottest female prosecutor in the country is located just down the road from us, in Prince George’s County. Her name is Angela D. Alsobrooks. Yeah, I said it and I’m glad.
According to those Americans that consistently have a stick jammed up a certain body part, I’m not even supposed to grace this topic. It’s sexist, or misogynist, or both, you see.
Obama wasn’t supposed to grace it. He took some heat, right after he made this remark about Harris.
“She’s brilliant and she’s dedicated; she’s tough. She also happens to be, by far, the best-looking attorney general.”
Calling Harris “brilliant, dedicated and tough” didn’t even sway the president’s critics. Soon White House spokesman Jay Carney had to issue this Obama apology:
“They are old friends, good friends and he did not want in any way to diminish the attorney general’s professional accomplishments and her capabilities.”
Obama DIDN’T diminish Harris’ professional accomplishments and capabilities, but you can’t convince America’s stick-up-the-orifice crowd of that. This bunch would have us believe that there’s no such thing as a good-looking woman.
The eyes of every heterosexual man— worth being called one— tell us that is a lie. There are good-looking women, and men are going to acknowledge that.
There are good-looking men, and women are going to acknowledge THAT. Women certainly aren’t going to crow about how they were attracted to a guy because of how smart he was, or because he was kind to kittens and puppies.
I was quite a bright lad in high school and college, especially in math. And I assure you, never did a girl or a woman walk up to me and tell me that I had bowled her over because of the way I rocked solving differential equations. Never happened. EVER.
So, knowing full well I’m about to egregiously offend the stick-up-the-orifice crew, I submit that Alsobrooks is the country’s hottest female prosecutor.
She’s got Harris beaten by at least a mile. It’s no contest.
Gary Rothstein, a columnist with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, has nominated Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Sorry, Rothstein. Kane’s not bad, but she’s no Alsobrooks.
I still remember the first time I saw a picture of Alsobrooks. I was driving from Baltimore-Washington/Thurgood Marshall International Airport down to Lanham in Prince George’s County.
Coming off the I-495 exit ramp number 20, at Md. 450, I saw the billboard. Alsobrooks was campaigning for the office of attorney general of Prince George’s County, and her photo covered the billboard.
I stopped my car, gasped, and said the only thing I could say: “GOOD GOOGA MOOGA!”
Yes, Alsobrooks is just that drop-dead gorgeous. Not that her looks had anything to do with the fact that she won the race for PG state’s attorney in a landslide, getting nearly twice as many votes as her competitor.
Alsobrooks was the state’s attorney that had to prosecute two members of the Prince George’s County Police Department for the thumping they gave University of Maryland College Park student James McKenna back in March of 2010.
Such cases can be lose-lose for prosecutors. If they don’t bring charges and prosecute, civilians might hate them. If they charge the cops, police might hate them.
A jury acquitted— no doubt trying for a best-of-both-worlds approach (or the worst of both worlds) acquitted one cop and convicted the other.
Funny. I thought I saw them both hand out the same butt whipping.
However, Alsobrooks showed what kind of prosecutor she will be by taking the cops to trial. Looks aside, she’s what I ultimately look for in a state’s attorney— tough enough to take on the tough cases.