Skip to comments.Conservative Babe of the Week #13
Posted on 06/14/2007 11:50:34 AM PDT by pissant
Cassy Fiano is an up and coming blogger. She writes well, is VERY conservative, a big sports fan, and has credited firebrand Michelle Malkin for being a postive influence (not bad).
Her blog site CassyFiano states:
"Politics, news, current events, celebrities, and more from the Sunshine State!"
She also features Ann Coulter's famous quote about invading their countries and converting them to Christianity.
A glance at her blogroll links tells me this gal would be a nice fit at FreeRepublic.
On top of that, she's a Duncan Hunter fan.
Without further delay...
Here is her blogsite link.
How do I get on the list?
She’s a cutie! Yeah, alot of guys will say she’ chubby or whatever, but at least she’s not sickly one-skinny like Ann.
one-skinny? UGH! I meant bone-skinny.
You asked the right guy. I just added you.
that’s not chubby, that’s healthy
Exactly! And CUTE!
INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Whoops wrong type of thread! But still INNOCENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
She certainly gives the previous dozen CBOTW’s a run for their money.
There’s chubby and then there’s good chubby. She is good chubby!
Not chubby. Curvy.
You are now added.
Shes one biscuit away from popping out of that skirt.
I’m telling you, she is on the fence. One false move and she gonna blow up.
Don’t get me wrong tho, she has got a long long ways to go before I would not hit.
You need a new prescription. Pills and glasses.
Add me to the CBOTW ping list, if you please...........
She is what a young woman should look like. A softball player or skater, not a marathon runner. You probably prefer the “after” Jennifer Connolly to the “before”.
I'd give her two biscuits, I'd love to see her pop out of her skirt! YUM!!!! She's JUST the way I like them!
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