The Bookworm Beat 10/23/17 — the Frederica Wilson illustrated edition

Frederica Wilson

Here’s a Frederica Wilson collection of illustrated commentary, along with a bunch of other wise and wonderful posters for the discerning conservative.

Frederica Wilson

The rest of these Frederica Wilson posters poke fun at her looks. I don’t usually poke fun at people’s looks, because it’s something over which they have limited control. In this case, though, I’m willing to make an exception, because Frederica Wilson’s trademark style is a choice and because her clownish appearance is completely consistent with her bad clown behavior:

There’s only one irony here, one that’s personal to me and separate from anything that actually as to do with Rep. Frederica Wilson. One of my favorite books of all time is Georgette Heyer’s Frederica. Heyer’s Frederica, though, is a wise, funny, incredibly virtuous person. If you want a civilized, classic romance, with endless laughs, I highly recommend it. And now, back to your regularly scheduled illustrated edition….

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