The lovely and bulimic nymphomaniac actress
who burst onto the scene in the film "Barbarella"
is in the news again. Now it's because the Georgia Senate nearly uninimously defeated
a resolution that would have officially honored her charity work in that state. No, we're not talking about all of the free blow jobs she's given out to Ted Turner's pals and the elder statesmen of the Atlanta Braves baseball team - The resolution cited the Atlanta resident's work as founder of the Georgia Campaign for Free Third Trimester Abortions, donations to universities, and acting Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations - waiving her $35 per hand job fee for Kofi Annan for a straight month. "I can think of no living American who is less worthy of this honor," "She is as guilty of treason as Benedict Arnold and Tokyo Rose,"
said Republican Sen. John Douglas, referring to Ms. Fonda's trip supporting the North Vietnamese
during the Vietnam conflict in 1972.
The effort was defeated 38-1.