Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Obama Has Lipstick On His Collar And Begins To Hear The Fat Lady Sing!


Obama knocks press on 'made-up controversy'

Speaking at a high school in Norfolk, Obama took a few moments to address what he calls "the made-up controversy" of the day, Amie Parnes reports.

Obama said the McCain campaign moved to "seize an innocent remark and take it out of context because they knew it's catnip for the news media."

"See, it would be funny, but the news media decided that would be the lead story yesterday. This happens every election cycle. Every four years, this is what we do. This is what they want to spend two of the last 55 days talking about...Enough!" he said.

Obama called the attacks "lies, outrage and swift boat politics."

"These are serious times and they call for a serious debate...spare me all the phony outrage. Spare me all the phony talk about change."



Poor Hussein. He's picking up speed heading into the wall and instead of hitting the brakes, he's tromped down on the accelerator! It appears he wound up with "Lipstick On His Collar" and won't be long now until the "Fat Lady Sings!"

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Obama: "Lipstick on a Pig" Should Just About Do It To End His Campaign.


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, it’s still a pig,” Obama said during a town-hall style event here Tuesday night.

The comment harked back to Palin’s joke during the Republican National Convention when she said lipstick is the only difference between a pit bull and a hockey mom.

The McCain campaign has a press conference call in a few minutes to respond to Obama's statement. I'm guessing there's a pretty strong temptation to cry sexism. Hopefully everyone remembers that Palin's RNC speech was so effective not because she was outraged but because she delivered a devastating attack on Obama with a smile on her face and a stiletto in her hand.

Personally, I don't know who writes Hussein's speeches, but after "That's above my pay grade," I would have already had that advisor replaced. It would appear he's still somewhere on the Obama Team, advising him of cutsie one-liners (and continues to drive his numbers down, down, down into a total meltdown!)

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