The function of penis pumps is not to alleviate impotence but rather as a tool for enlargement.
First of all, my apologies for this reprehensible oversight.
Admittedly, and for a host of reasons, penis pumps are not my area of expertise. I am, however, fortunate enough to have access to the knowledge of someone who, while not well-versed in the minutiae of sexual enhancement (“If it ain’t broke, why fix it?”), is at least more familiar with the Austin Powers Trilogy.
That said, I feel this revelation does not in any way undercut my premise. While Mr. Amin may be suffering from a different ailment than I alleged, his status as a persecuted victim of a size-ist Western society is unchanged.
“Subversive sentiments of rabid anti-flaccidity” are certainly mirrored by the blatant prejudices of a society where size does matter.
Ever try to pass a Hummer on a narrow road?
In the meantime, I owe an abject apology to impotent men for the false hope my comments may have offered. Without Mr. Amin at the forefront of your struggle for equality and acceptance, I am afraid you will be more dependent than ever on the former emblem of your movement.
But do not be dismayed.
Bob Dole is a good man. Bob Dole is a great American. Bob Dole also does Pepsi commercials.