POLITICS: Maybe THAT misstep?


September 9, 2008, 6:23 pm
Obama Puts Different Twist on Lipstick
Amy Chozick reports on the presidential race from Lebanon, Virginia.

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What’s the difference between a more hopeful kind of politics and old-fashioned attacks? Lipstick.

Barack Obama says the John McCain-Sarah Palin policies don’t represent change, they’re “just calling the same thing something different.”

“You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig,” Obama said during a town-hall style event here Tuesday night.

The comment played on Republican vice presidential candidate Palin’s joke during the Republican National Convention that the only difference between a pit bull and a hockey mom was lipstick.

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Given my opinion that this race will be “LOST”; not “WON”. It appears that the O campaign is, are, on the erge of stepping on their … … putting it politely … … their tongues. I would have deleted all references to lipsticks and pigs. When I heard this, I said to myself: “Self, He’s really calling the sitting GOvernor of Alaska a pig? Has he lost his mind?”

Yup, I bet that’s what others heard.

Hit her on the issues. Better yet, hit McC on the issues. The O campaign is acting like they are running against the VP candidate.

LOL, it is quite humorous to see these wanna be tyrants rassel for the right to tell people what to do!

Sheeple need the Massa!

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PRODUCTIVITY: An envelope for the housekeeper

First time I ever saw it. An envelope for the maid. It even had a soft message on the front that went something like: “If you are planning to leave something for the maid and we’re not saying you have to, please use this envelope. Our people are scrupulously honest and any money they find loose in the room will be left there on the table.” What a great idea. Frau and I have decided to make up our own for all future trips.

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