Stu Rasmussen Is Too Sexy For Politics

July 24, 2009 / Posted by:

Hot Slut of the Week alumni and the country’s first tranny mayor, Stu Rasmussen, is facing criticism by a bunch of jealous bitches who just don’t understand Stu’s version of glamour.

Silverton Together, a non-profit group that works with chirruns, filed a complaint, because they don’t think the Mayor of Silverton, Oregon should run around looking like a common tramp. The HBIC of Silverton Together, Ken Hector, said Stu went too far when he spoke to a group of students while wearing a bathing suit top, mini skirt and fuck-me heels. Ken said, “This was a business meeting pure and simple and it was not something on his free time.

Ken needs to touch himself more, because in my circle that outfit is good enough for Sunday church. It’s not like Stu was wearing a fur thong and a t-shirt that said “Suck My Dick While Fondling My Titties.” Some people really need to watch more Vh1.

Stu says it was hotter than “Tommy Girl’s Scientolohole while watching Spartacus” that day, so that’s why he wore that outfit. Stu said the dress code doesn’t apply to him since he’s not completely a woman or man.

Then Stu actually said these words: “I like looking in the mirror and seeing a fairly attractive woman looking back. If you discount the face, an amazing looking woman.” Sorry, Stu, but that face isn’t even going to sell at the 99 Cent Store. WELL! Stu handed that joke on a silver platter.

I suggest that the next time Stu wears that outfit, he slip on a pair of exquisite lucite heels. Everyone will be so mesmerized by his heels that they won’t even notice the outfit. Let the power of the lucite save you, Stu!

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