BILLINGSGATE POST: During the Ice Age the terrain of Mother Earth was forever scarred by vast glaciers that sculpted the surface of the planet that we call our home. The jagged edges; mountains that we now call the Rockies, are archeological remnants of this period. However powerful that force of nature was, it can’t compare with what old age and countless facelifts have done to reshape the countenance of Nancy Pelosi.
When English Renaissance poet Ben Jonson wrote the following, he was not making a futuristic appraisal of Miss Nancy:
“Drink to me only with thine eyes, and I will pledge with mine; or leave a kiss but in the cup, and I’ll not look for wine.”
Slim Everdingle, never a man to couch words, phrased his observation of Nancy Pelosi in more cultivated terms:
“Her eyes look like two tinkle holes in a snow bank.”