Roll Call‘s Meredith Shiner caught us up on the United States Senate Federal Credit Union’s scandal involving a recent flier that showed a woman with large gazongas. Getting new breasts is just like braces, right?
Shiner, who has been known to describe herself as “Mayoress of the most popular town in America (we think she might be referring to Boobville), wrote that the Senate Credit Union was walking back their flier and apologizing to their clients. They even wrote Roll Call, saying, “We read with concern your commentaries dated May 29 and May 30 in ‘Heard on the Hill.’ It was never our intention to insult, demean or in any way offend any of our members. We have issued a personal apology to the membership of the United States Senate Federal Credit Union.”
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