Wednesday, September 10, 2008

So does lipstick look good on a pig?

Well, ask Sen. John McCain . . .






And Keith Olbermann had a few more examples on his show tonight . . .



Need more proof this whole thing is just another tactic by the McCain campaign to shift focus from the issues . . .



That's right. Gov. Mike Huckabee is cutting Obama some slack and doesn't think Obama was referring to Gov. Sarah Palin.

Even Bill O'Reilly said it was unfair to suggest that Obama was talking about Palin with his "lipstick on a pig" comment.

So what does lipstick on a pig really mean? Looks like McCain needs an example . . .




Shazaam . . .

Seriously, did the McCain campaign buy the rights to the cliche "lipstick on a pig" just like they supposedly bought the rights to Heart's Barracuda? Is no one allowed to use that cliche from here on out because it is now considered an insult to Palin? You know, McCain's campaign tactics are starting to look a lot like lipstick on a pig.

1 comment:

Renegade Eye said...

I think by tomorrow, hopefully thay issue would be dead.

Obama is playing a losing, cautious game. Like trying to not lose, rather than win.