Pig-Gate. There, I said it!
We may as well accept it: sometimes the tiresome -gate suffix, that blast from the 1970's, disco-era past, may still have some uses nowadays! At least it's possible to allude to the partying habits of the posh class in Merry Olde England without getting too clinical. Still, no matter how the Republican and Democratic candidates for President act like total douches (a plague on both houses!), they don't match this bit from the Brit seamy side of political life! Is it for real' or is it a dirty trick? I won't pretend to know. The British press is so low rent!
But at least you can say that I brought home the bacon with these piggy cartoons:
What about airborne swine?
I never thought of those kinds of pigs in a blanket!
Fine dining for pigs:
Even pigs get gross tattoos . . . .
Do they fly business class when they fly?
Don't tell the children:
Some people have an honest difference in opinions; others have honest objections:
I like this surreal image. It has a lot of win to it. Her red backpack provides a nice asymmetry to the picture:
But what can you say about pork barrel legislation? It only happens in someone else's district. Each political party blames it on the other. House members can never get enough. No one got trichinosis from pork barrel legislation. Is it best with a red sauce, with a vinegar-based sauce, or with a dry rub?
North Carolina loves pork barrel legislation. [Click to enlarge.] They keep everybody in need of pork barrels, especially in East Carolina: