Following the failed terrorist attempt by car bombers in both London and Glasgow, the spanking new Gordon Brown government convened to address the House of Parliament, the nation and the world, revealing a totally never seen view of government: cleavage.
British Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith reviewed the situation while presenting a four inch cleavage, thanks to the alert and judicious BBC cameraman or woman; never spanning the room, but concentrating on the - wow factor.
Such a view was never seen in the Blair Government. Whatever she said must have been important, but was anyone taking notes? Besides serving as a defining Kodak moment, and informing the nation on the perils of the day, this view also proved to be an, "In your face jihadist taliban fanatics. Treat women like inferior beings by hiding them away in burkas? Take that, bomb boys!"
Gordon Brown appeared to be nodding off; a lot on his plate what with house moving and terrorist's bombs, but he didn't have the same generous view provided by the efficient BBC cameraman or woman. No one had that except the television audience.
Though rumored, cleavage has never been seen on Condoleezza Rice, Hillary Clinton, or Margaret Thatcher. Laura Bush is so buttoned up, one is amazed when she opens her mouth that she can speak.
"Actually, I'm just moving my lips. What you hear is Karl Rove."
U.S. House Representative Debbie Wassermann Schultz of Florida has cleavage in her voice. Ms. Schultz doesn't need a push up, cross your heart Wonder bra, or an alert BBC cameraman or woman. She eloquently used that voice on a Hardball interview with no nonsense reporter David Shuster, presenting her opinions with clarity and to the point, as it were. A fortune could be made if stem cells were available for her kind of voice. Even George Bush could use a voice implant.
"Actually, I'm just moving my lips. What you hear is Karl Rove or Dick Cheney speaking."
Like the around the world live concert to cool the planet watched by millions, the world waits for the next address in Parliament by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
"Bring it on."
Who said that?