Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Unhook that Bra! by Marc Rudov.

What can I say??

Mr Rudov is the unadulterated HALL OF GAME!

He wrote this piece a while back, but its so good that I MUST post a portion of it.

The author writes:

Marc H. Rudov
Unhook That Bra!

May 13, 2007 at 4:32 pm · Filed under Vox Populi, SEX & MET, Politics, Mating, Marriage & Divorce, Hot Talk

The Well-Endowed World

Every girl-obsessed boy grows up dreaming about unhooking his first bra. Actually, that recurring dream never dies. But, because of the twin functions of modern bra design — support and deception — as well as the ubiquity of breast implants, he never knows exactly what he will find inside.

After a lifetime’s parade of women through his life, especially if at least one of them has roped him into a torturous visit to Victoria’s Secret, a man knows that the bra comes in endless permutations and combinations of colors, fabrics, coverage, padding, inserts, straps, and fastening techniques. Like its owner, each bra has multiple agendas, which she exploits to the best of her ability.

Unbeknownst to most Americans, there is a unique bra that only foreign women can wear, only when they come into contact with American men. It is called the immigration bra, or ImBra, and it is available free of charge from an exclusive source: the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) of the US Department of Homeland Security.

The ImBra is a pernicious, illegal support garment with a unique, dual-purpose design: it lifts the status of foreigners above that of Americans, and it creates deep cleavage between American men and their civil rights. When an American man examines the ImBra, he will question everything he ever believed about the greatness and legitimacy of the US Constitution, and the government that supposedly adheres to its precepts.

My bra metaphor is actually an introduction to the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act, or IMBRA. An unconstitutional federal law, which became effective on March 6, 2006, IMBRA makes it a felony to facilitate communications between an American man and a foreign woman, via a fee-based dating Website, without the man first submitting unilaterally to criminal-background and sex-offender checks, and certifying all previous convictions or arrests, marriages or divorces, children, and states of residence since the age of 18. The foreign woman, who owes the American man zero information about herself, must then consent to his contact.

On March 26, 2007, in European Connections v. Alberto Gonzales, 1:06-CV-0426-CC, Judge Clarence Cooper, of the US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, dismissed a lawsuit by European Connections claiming IMBRA violates the right to freedom of speech contained in the US Constitution’s First Amendment. The plaintiff, according to Judge Cooper, had failed to challenge IMBRA based on the First Amendment right to assemble...

Give the whole thing a read.

Classic MRAism in it's purest form!


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