Archive for the ‘Hot Heads of State’ Category
I guess from the look of the bat at the cab window, it can only mean one thing: the Rocky Horror Picture Show is back in town!
I give that girl about 10 seconds before she rips the cab window out with those talons she’s sporting, grabs Patel by the neck and sucks like an industrial Hoover on berber carpeting until there’s only some clothing and nasty facial hair attached to the drivers seat. She has that look of someone experiencing angst, anger, and “give me my child support before I shove your testicles in a meat grinder” all at the same time.
Words in this post that The Mayor really likes using:
Name: Michaëlle Jean
Hey, what kind of patroitic Canadian would I be if I didn’t give props to our Governor General? (Incidentally, boys, she’s what you call a viceroy.) Jean originally came to Canada in 1968 to flee the regime of François “Papa Doc” Duvalier. She speaks five languages, and made several documentaries with her husband, Jean-Daniel Lafond, for the CBC. Nothing says “in touch with the average Canadian” quite like a resume like that.
And sure, she now holds a seat that I want to see abolished due to its gross perversion of constitutionality and its anachronistic nature as a remnant of a 19th century mindset. Other than that, she’s hot.
Here’s to ceremonious power and true Canadian patriotism by promoting one of our own. Hope you enjoyed the feature, folks! Let’s try this again sometime.
Name: Princess Medeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland
Acting regent for when her sister and brother are out of the country, she…um…*gulp*. That is…a-ha…
So…Sweden is in Europe or something…ah…hummana hummana…
I love you I love you I love you!
Name: Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Country: The Philippines
Okay, so just because I am dating a Filipina it did not influence the vote one iota. Magapacal-Arroyo is definitely in the family business, assuming the same office as her late father, Diosdado Macapagal. Kids of former presidents taking the same office? When do we ever see that happen?
Macapagal-Arroyo has been active in politics since 1987 and has a doctorate in Economics, which she earned from the University of the Philippines in 1985. She assumed the Presidency in 2001 after former president Joseph Estrada faced corruption charges. Since then she has had to face possible coups within her nation, mostly for her attempts to institute a unicameral government over a bicameral one, as well as many of her highly questionable tactics to enforce her will. How rough can she be, though? She pardoned Joseph Estrada in 2007. You have to love a woman who doesn’t carry a chip on her shoulder.
Above, Ms. Macapagal-Arroyo is seen shredding the curls in her usual hot form. A mom of three and guiding the Philippines through a time of tumult, she gets the salute from Mitchieville for keeping it sexy.
Name: Doris Leuthard
Leave it to the Swiss. Apparently Ms. Leuthard has to share her executive power with six other people! Keeping up with the fractured nature of Switzerland (i.e. West Yugoslavia), she is also a German speaker. The nation has four official languages (Italian, French, German, and Romansh). She also has a birthday a mere ten days apart from Adolf Hitler. Why am I even bringing this up? Just forget you read that.
She is a member of the Christian Democrat party in her country, and has been in politics for twelve years. She has her law degree and is married to Roland Hausin, and according to her parliamentary website bio they have a great sex life. She loves to tend the vegetable garden in her prime estate, like most lawyers do, and so was a natural choice to head up the entire Swiss Department of Agriculture. She hopes one day to form more consensus with Switzerland and other nations, which one would only expect from a country that has proclaimed itself neutral since its inception.
There was no missing this Swiss Miss! We at Mitchieville salute you, Ms. Leuthard!
Name: Yulia Volodymyrivna Tymoshenko
Not only did she courageously battle against a corrupted President Leonid Kuchma, risk arrest by the Russians, and likely will still face similar threats on her life from within such as those seen by Viktor Yushchenko, who was confirmed poisoned by British doctors, but she rocks that braid like nobody’s business.
Tymoshenko won a landslide 92.3% in her parliamentary riding when she first came onto the scene in 1996. As a result of Yushchenko’s poisoning, she was appointed interim Prime Minister of Ukraine, and won on a coalition agreement in 2006 to retain power. She maintained this coalition well into 2008 and is still the prime minister, despite a shaky alliance between her fellow parliamentarians.
Okay, so technically as Prime Minister, she’s not a head of state. Still, with her savoir faire for economics and her political dealmaking, we’re willing to make an exception. And yes, the braid is real.
Name: Cristina Elisabet Fernández de Kirchner
What do you think, boys? A woman who is well educated, a devoted wife and mother, elected to the presidency of Argentina, and still manages to maintain the hot. Although referred to as this century’s Eva Peron, mainly because of her ascendancy after her husband’s election, but she was elected and is the first woman elected to President in her nation’s history. She was also a Senator from Buenos Aires Province, proving her political mettle before assuming her executive role. She once told author Olga Wornat that “the idea that if you are attractive you have to prove that you are intelligent always irritated me.”
Although in favour of tighter government controls and maintaining friendly relations with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, she dazzles us with her feminine charm and Latina exoticness. Que calor!
The men of Mitchieville salute you, Ms. Fernandez!