Sunday, June 23, 2013

Eye on Miami's 2013 Male Beauty Contest Winner is Shervin D. Jones. By Geniusofdespair

 Shervin D. Jones got the most votes in the Eye on Miami 2013 Politician's Beauty Contest in the male division. Link to the nominees.

State Rep. Jones, represents the 101st District, which includes Southeastern Broward County.  We don't care about his history, as I said this is strictly superficial. The guy has a nice smile coupled with rugged good looks. That combination won him the most votes. I had to resort to his facebook page so I am hoping these photos are all of him. Where are all your photos on your official State of Florida page Shervin???

We thank all of our contestants for being good sports.

Links to contests in the past...
2011 Winner was Kirsten Jacobs
2009 Winner was Oscar Braynon
2009 Broward: Keith London
2010 was an Ethically Challenged Beauty Contest
2008: Marco Rubio was a candidate! Scott Galvin won.

Why we do our Political Beauty Contest:

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Political Beauty Contest by Eye On Miami: why it is appropriate ... by gimleteye

Eye On Miami's political beauty contest is not a joke. If we were billionaires, we would build a sports stadium; an arena to distract the public.

As the United States has shown, providing entertainments is as important today as two thousand years ago in the Roman empire.

Lacking funds, an online pageant perfectly fits our time and interest as bloggers. We try the serious route to readers' attention but we don't count on it.

Where substance lets us down, digital imagery holds us up. Our goal might be mis-interpreted. We really do care that elected officials should have the knowledge, preparation, and skills to build, fund and implement policies and programs that protect taxpayers. We do care that civilization does not descend back to savagery.

Along that line, when reality intervenes, we pray to Gods. We set our religions and beliefs against each other. When the Gods do not answer, except for silence; what then? Look good. Smart suits and lapel flags, three hundred dollar haircuts and botox, these investments are a small price to maintain the appearance that elected officials really care the next generations have the same opportunities ours have had.

The unalloyed reality is that we are more talented, by far, at making messes than cleaning up. Who looks the best, trying? You decide.


Anonymous said...

Is that his wife, she is pretty too?

Madeline said...

Oh please.