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Was Barack Obama referring to Gov. Palin when he made the comment about “putting lipstick on a pig”? Maybe. Maybe not. After all, he did use the same comment when referring to Hillary Clinton during the primary.

I watched that speech over and over again and couldn’t imagine why in the good Lord’s name he would have chosen those words, given Gov. Palin’s acceptance speech and her reference to a pit bull. No, I couldn’t imagine why he would have chosen to use those exact words. I was at first outraged then perplexed. I thought there was no way he meant to compare Sarah Palin to a pig. But then I watched the low brow Neanderthals sitting in his audience, laughing uproariously at a joke that really isn’t that funny anyway and chanting “No More Pit-Bull”. They clearly thought he was referring to Gov. Palin and were very happy that he did it.

He has used that phrase twice during his campaign. Both times it was in reference to women and their policies. Why not say “you can’t polish a turd”? That would have been a funnier statement. Why not say “you can put a suit on an elephant, but it’s still an elephant.” Bottom line is that his poor choice of words can very easily be attributed to his poor character and judgment. It was huge mistake and miscalculation on his part.

His pattern of making these “innocent” remarks is possibly born from an unconscious disrespect for women, or maybe he is just so frazzled and confused that he is becoming unraveled because he can’t figure out why he is not carrying this election away so he lashes out with bone-headed remarks like this. Whatever the reason, it is very evident that he would have a place in his administration for women — Housekeeping, the kitchen and wait staff.

What Gov. Palin should do at her next speech is come out, wipe her lipstick off and say “there, now I’m just a pit-bull”.

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  • GCCR

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    September 11, 2008 at 10:45 pm

    Found these “Lipstick War” items online. LOL

    “Lipstick on Obama” and “Pitbull with Lipstick”

    http://www.zazzle.com/robustoman

  • Peace to All

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    September 12, 2008 at 11:39 am

    I guess that Mr. McCain is also a chauvinist then.

    It’s a very common expression, people use it all the time, and some people have a thick enough skin not to get their shorts in a bunch over every tiny thing that people say.

  • Conservative Hawk

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    September 12, 2008 at 5:26 pm

    Senator McCain never used that phrase immediately after the “lipstick” became associated with another candidate.

    Yes. It is a commonly used phrase. But given the circumstances and the fact that the Obama Zombies thought he was actually referring to Gov. Palin, it was not an intelligent thing to say. So take your pick. He is a chauvinist pig or he is just that dumb.

    And for the record, yes I do think people should develop thicker skin. The only problem is that only conservatives and Republicans are expected to have the thicker skin. Liberals and democrats get to cry about everything that offends them and then we put whatever offends democrats on the list of politically incorrect terms.

  • ryan

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    September 13, 2008 at 9:40 pm

    I think Barack knew what he was saying, but as the words came out of his mouth, he wished they hadn’t. It was probably something the campaign had joked about behind closed doors and it was never meant to be said in public. Why else would he follow the pig statement with some crazy comment about dead fish? I’ve never heard that expression. He was scrambling to draw a different analogy, but it was to late.

    For the last two weeks, its the democrats who have be acting like pigs. Palin Inspired Goofballs. P.I.G.

  • Enrique

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    September 14, 2008 at 6:06 pm

    The lipstick analogy has nothing to do with her genre. It is an expression about someone trying to pull one up over our eyes, just like Santorum keeps telling us that WMD’s were found in Iraq.
    Palin is for earmarks before she was against them. That’s putting lipstick to a pig. It is still a pig.
    Just becuase someone’s says they are coservative,It doesn’t make them conservative.

  • Cheryl

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    September 16, 2008 at 3:05 pm

    The timing of the remark is what should be considered here. And the ONLY candidate trying to pull anything over anyone’s eyes is Obama. His phony speeches, phony programs that even he knows can’t work and his own BILLIONS of dollars in earmarks.

    Talk about trying to “pull one up over our eyes”…

  • Angel

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    September 18, 2008 at 10:19 pm

    great stuff my friend..they are collapsing dont u fret!! 🙂

  • JANELLE

    says on:
    September 26, 2008 at 7:41 pm

    Comments by JANELLE have been deleted due to her small minded and limited vocabulary of profane language.

  • JANELLE

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    September 26, 2008 at 7:49 pm

    Comments by JANELLE have been deleted due to her small minded and limited vocabulary of profane language.

  • ryan

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    September 27, 2008 at 1:45 pm

    At last night’s debate I was waiting for someone to describe the 700 billion dollar bailout as “Putting Lipstick on a Pig”. I’m glad McCain seemed to be the only one at the White House Thursday who was willing to ask the hard questions and not rubberstamp this bogus bailout. Let’s just hope the MSM doesn’t distort this to look like McCain is ruining bailout talks.

    P.S. Has the Hawk retired? There hasn’t been a new post in over 2 weeks.

  • Conservative Hawk

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    September 29, 2008 at 8:48 am

    Janelle,

    Perhaps you have not read the rules for posting. I allow every perspective to post on this site. Just read comments from other posts. What I DO NOT ALLOW is personal and direct attacks on any other poster or the host, that do not deal with any substance. I’m not going to re-post what you said, just think about and you will see why your comments were removed. Normally, I would have put you on the ban list, but I am allowing other posts from you because I do enjoy healthy debate, just not profanity or personal attacks.

  • sean harrington

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    October 29, 2008 at 1:08 pm

    When will we finally get to know the real McCain? http://straighttalkonmccain.blogspot.com/

  • Natalie White

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    August 11, 2009 at 10:34 am

    Typical republican rants. Get over it, you backward, close-minded android.

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