If Palin Is the Lipstick & McCain's the Pig… Obama's The Smoked Bacon

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Barack Obama continued to play the paint the lipstick on the pig with friendly David Letterman and came out sounding petty and whiny last night.

The One continues his nose dive since The Two came on the scene two weeks ago.

Barack Obama Obama continued his lipstick wars with John McCain and Sarah Palin last night on David Letterman’s show:

Obama continued with his pig theme with Letterman where he explained that technically Palin would be the lipstick and the policies of John McCain would be the pig(?):

LETTERMAN: Let me ask you a question here, have you ever actually put lipstick on pig?

OBAMA: The answer would be no. But I think it might be fun to try …. This is sorta silly season in politics. Not that there’s a non silly season but it gets sillier . It’s a common expression in at least Illinois. I don’t know about in New York City. I don’t know what you put lipstick on here. (Silly cringe from Letterman. Laughter from audience) In Illinois, The expression connotes the idea that if you have a bad idea — in this case I was talking about McCain’s economic plans — calling them ‘change,’ calling them something different doesn’t make them better. Hence lipstick on a pig is still a pig.

Barack Obama dragged his elderly white grandmother out from under the bus to attack Senator McCain on his age. Unlike racial minorities, senior citizens are not protected from democratic attacks this year:

Mr. Letterman wondered whether Mr. Obama was worried that his 87-year-old grandmother, Madelyn Dunham, might not vote for her grandson but rather “someone maybe closer to her own age.”

“You know,” Mr. Obama said. “I have been sending her out to some of her bridge partners trying to peel off votes from that demographic.”

FOX News has the transcript of Obama’s attack on seniors.

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