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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Lipstick on a Pig? More like Glasses on a Dog


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McCain: No, Obama Didn't Call Palin A Pig

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Did Barack Obama really call Sarah Palin a pig, as a John McCain ad leads people to believe? "No," McCain said Monday. The Republican presidential nominee defended the ad anyway, saying Obama "chooses his words very carefully."

The implication: Obama was slyly up to something when he said McCain's call for change in Washington is "lipstick on a pig," days after Palin made a lipstick joke at the Republican convention.

"He's very eloquent," McCain told The Associated Press and Florida newspapers in an interview, and "it was the wrong thing to say."

A day earlier, hard-nosed Republican tactician Karl Rove, a former adviser to President Bush, said some of McCain's ads were not truthful and both sides should cool the attacks.

McCain said of Obama's comment: "I didn't like it. So we respond. I think the American people will judge as to whether he and others have treated Governor Palin fairly or not." But he said he won't let attacks go unanswered.
Did he call her a pig?" McCain was asked. "No, I but know that he chooses his words carefully, and it was the wrong thing to say," he responded.

First off I watched this video and He didn't even mention Govenor Palin. He was talking about John McCain's Politics nothing less nothing more. It wasn't a dig, it was metaphor. It's too bad too many don't understand what that is and why it's used.

Hmmm sounds like he likes that analogy ALSO.



Is Palin above Critique because she is a WOMAN?  God knows it sure looks that way. 

I know that I can't wait for November Just so We can move past all this crap and be done with it for another 4 years.

I thought John McCain didn't even know how to use a Cell Phone?