The big white dress
Yesterday, I saw a photo of Miss Sandy O, the young lady, as Senator Joe Manchin would say, who represents a district in N.Y. She was wearing a fancy big white dress promoting the slogan "tax the rich." It drew a wonderful response from Representative Dan Crenshaw:
I'm not even mad at the lack of self awareness or hypocrisy anymore. At this point it's just hilarious.
These people are a giant joke.
Indeed, they are the "joke of jokes." They are so disconnected from reality that they can't see just how ridiculous they are.
As I've learned, she attended a party:
The 31-year-old rep, who is the darling of the far left, could have found a more receptive audience to her sartorial statement at a workers rally. The Met Gala is an exclusive event, which is a parade of millionaire pop stars, wealthy actors, trust fund society swans and members of the gliteratti.
Indeed, for the 2021 Met Gala, individual tickets were $35,000 and tables started at $200,000, The Post has learned.
Wow — maybe Sandy O's dress should have had a different message, or something like "everybody here who can afford $35,000 for a one-night stand should pay more taxes."
Watching her looking rather good in her curvy outfit reminded me that this was the same young lady who couldn't afford to pay the rent in the nation's capital. That was 2018. Where does a young lady who can't afford the rent get the money to go to this party? Is that an unfair question?
Back in her district, some of her constituents can't pay the rent or wish they had one of those 25,000 Amazon jobs that the young lady opposed.
Looking good, but looking rather unserious as well. It would have been more real if she had listened to Marty Robbins and worn "a big white sports coat and a pink carnation." At least she would have connected with the blue-collar workers who used to vote for her party.
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