Okay, fine, A3G will 'fess up; this has absolutely nothing to do with the federal judiciary. But it's pretty darn funny!
This news development, however, is not completely unrelated to judges. Let's not forget: even though she may not be a federal judge, Tyra Banks is still a judge -- on America's Next Top Model. And if Paula Abdul can make the Supreme Court short-list based on her American Idol judicial experience, why shouldn't Tyra Banks be considered a viable SCOTUS contender? The lovely Ms. Banks is just as qualified as some of A3G's suggested Supreme Court nominees, and she also compares favorably with these possible candidates for the high court.
In the wake of this latest news, liberal activists cannot block a Tyra Banks nomination by making false allegations of breast implant usage. Nor is opposition from Democrats in the Senate likely. In a recent meeting with White House officials to discuss possible Supreme Court nominees, the Democratic senators did not identify Tyra Banks as an objectionable nominee, in contrast to federal judges like Judge Priscilla Owen (5th Cir.) and Judge Janice Rogers Brown (D.C. Cir.).
Of course, now that the naturalness of her breasts has been conclusively established, Ms. Banks's attractiveness as a Supreme Court nominee has only increased. Her gloriously natural breasts preclude any possibility of a Democratic filibuster (dreadful pun fully intended).
In fact, Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA) has already announced his conditional support for the nomination of Tyra Banks, of California, to be an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, vice Sandra Day O'Connor, retired. Senator Kennedy's only condition? That he be allowed to verify the truth of her claim that her breasts are real, by replicating the physical examination performed by Dr. Garth Fisher...