Kamala Harris: Is She Really the Nation's Foxiest AG?
Obama's Construction Worker-in-Chief turn certainly provided much fodder to various denizens of the Internet. But, lost in the back-and-forth was a perplexing question -- is Harris the best-looking AG in the realm, let alone "by far"?
Well, to borrow a phrase from another president, that all depends on what the meaning of is is.
In order to settle this matter, we gazed upon the countenances of every last AG in the nation.
|Pam Bondi serves the people|
Going over our notes sizing up the 50 Attorneys General in the States and six representing the territories, the term "old white man with grey hair" or similar permutations ("bald," "balding" "grey, balding") comes up 26 times. Only nine AGs are women, and, it would appear that no male stateside AGs are members of a minority group.* Other amusing notes include: "Beefy with astronaut haircut"; "matronly"; "looks like something that fell off Mount Rushmore"; "looks like Ray Bolger"; "Looks like George Mikan"; and "looks like Henry Clay."
|You go, Beau!|
Florida's Pam Bondi: What if Tara Reid grew up and became a Republican lawyer? And, oddly, served guests on a private flight to her lavish Cayman Islands non-wedding?
Delaware's Beau Biden: The veep's son and an army vet, Biden stands out from his AG colleagues (and his dad) by having his own hair.
|The horse counselor|
Nebraska's John Bruning: Now, is it just us, or does Bruning look a little bit like Tom Hanks? And what would it look like if Hanks and Tara Reid were both Attorneys General? A bit like this! (see photo No. 3).
|Lawyerin' is like a box of chocolates...|
|Not windy that day...|
|South Dakota proud|
*It has come to our attention that Hawaii's AG, David Louie, is most certainly a member of a minority group. In our notes, we marked down that he was born and raised in Oakland and graduated from U.C. Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law -- and we even noted that he has black hair. But we neglected to remind ourselves that he's Asian. Alas.
No Attorneys General were harmed in the making of this article.