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Old 09-10-2008, 01:55 PM   #16
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Yeah, but there are no racial remarks that are considered "common expressions"
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Your right the "pig with lip stick" is very common and I hear it used everyday. Laugh, I'm sure its so common then Obama has a history of using this very common phrase before Sarah entered the race.
Well, at least McCain did...
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Old 09-10-2008, 01:58 PM   #18
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Your right the "pig with lip stick" is very common and I hear it used everyday. Laugh, I'm sure its so common then Obama has a history of using this very common phrase before Sarah entered the race.
Just because you don't hear it doesn't mean it isn't common. Hell, dmek's signature has it and it's been there forever.
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If you listen to the entire speech from Obama, he also referenced a "old, dead fish" along with the "lipstick on a pig".

Let's see...OLD dead fish, LIPSTICK on a pig...who could be possible be referring to? If you listen to Obama's speeches, lately, he sounds like he's always trying to be a comedian instead of someone running for President. He could be a good one if he didn't stutter so much.

If you think this was an accident, you must believe THIS was also (towards Hillary Clinton):





He's looking REALLY immature in the moments where he lets his true thoughts slip on occasion. You know, when he's not using a teleprompter.

Let's say someone refers to "big ears" without saying a name...we'd all know who was being referred to and you can bet Obama would be fired up about it. Senator Obama is just bitter that he got caught. He PAUSED after he said lipstick to get the cheers and laughs from the crowd. It was blatantly intentional.

Oh well, keep it up Obama, this is how you are sinking your campaign daily.


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Old 09-10-2008, 02:27 PM   #20
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"You can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called 'change,'" Obama continued, "it's still gonna stink after eight years. We've had enough of the same old thing! It's time to bring about real change to Washington. And that's the choice you've got in this election."
I guess we should just assume that fish is code for old white man?

How is this even an issue with anyone? I guess it's ok for the McCain to use the lipstick on a pig expression when referring to Hilary, but as soon as Obama says it it must mean he's slamming Palin. Please.
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I guess we should just assume that fish is code for old white man?

How is this even an issue with anyone? I guess it's ok for the McCain to use the lipstick on a pig expression when referring to Hilary, but as soon as Obama says it it must mean he's slamming Palin. Please.
Did McCain sya this about Hillary?
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Real change...by choosing Biden as a running mate...hilarious.

Speaking of Senator Biden:

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Did McCain sya this about Hillary?
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Last October, asked about Sen. Hillary Clinton's health care plan, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., was blunt. McCain said Clinton's proposal was "eerily" similar to the ill-fated plan she devised in 1993. "I think they put some lipstick on a pig," he said, "but it's still a pig."

I think it's pretty apparent Obama was referring to McCain, when talking about the "old fish". But, that's not the point. McCain having a problem with the "lipstick on a pig" comment is just the pot calling the kettle black.
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Just because you don't hear it doesn't mean it isn't common. Hell, dmek's signature has it and it's been there forever.
obama personally ask me if it was OK to use that phrase
come on, guys. have we gotten to a point that we are so guarded in when we speak, that just about everything we say is offending someone? as far as Sarah Palin, the Dem's cannot say anything about her, without the G.O.P saying they are ripping her unfairly. or that it was a sexist remark. the fact is that Mrs Alaska is one heart beat away from RUNNING the United States. if we are going to grant her that luxury, don't we at least owe it to ourselves to find out alittle bit about her? im trying to figure out how scripted the debate between her and Joe Biden is going to be. because up till about 3 weeks ago, she said she hadn't been following the Iraq war very close. does anyone on this board actually have no problems with her running the country? an interesting side note. yesterday the McCain/ Palin ticket was here in Lancaster. Palin spoke first, for approx. 22 minutes. the John McCain spoke, for approx. 17 minutes. does this ever happen? who actually is the headliner on the ticket? the one thing that is most appalling about the election this year is that we, as Americans have sooo many issues that really need attention, and we are spending time worrying about offending someone. if she cant handle this kind of criticism, what happens when the big boys over seas start putting the pressure on her?
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That's my go to smiley, and it just says it all.

Hey speaking of smilies, my favorite was the 'rolling eyes' smiley. What happened to that one?
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how dare him actually talk about the issues
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Hey speaking of smilies, my favorite was the 'rolling eyes' smiley. What happened to that one?
this one?

I like these too

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obama personally ask me if it was OK to use that phrase
come on, guys. have we gotten to a point that we are so guarded in when we speak, that just about everything we say is offending someone? as far as Sarah Palin, the Dem's cannot say anything about her, without the G.O.P saying they are ripping her unfairly. or that it was a sexist remark. the fact is that Mrs Alaska is one heart beat away from RUNNING the United States. if we are going to grant her that luxury, don't we at least owe it to ourselves to find out alittle bit about her? im trying to figure out how scripted the debate between her and Joe Biden is going to be. because up till about 3 weeks ago, she said she hadn't been following the Iraq war very close. does anyone on this board actually have no problems with her running the country? an interesting side note. yesterday the McCain/ Palin ticket was here in Lancaster. Palin spoke first, for approx. 22 minutes. the John McCain spoke, for approx. 17 minutes. does this ever happen? who actually is the headliner on the ticket? the one thing that is most appalling about the election this year is that we, as Americans have sooo many issues that really need attention, and we are spending time worrying about offending someone. if she cant handle this kind of criticism, what happens when the big boys over seas start putting the pressure on her?
Well she has been attack from all sides and just check my link to factcheck.org to see how much of what she is being attacked on is just lies. Its one thing to twist around what someone said like we see from both sides but it the personal attacks that have grown old. I see both McCain and Obama comercials that are misleading and are one sided. Thats just what happens now days.
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Did McCain sya this about Hillary?
No.


THIS is why looking at context is always important.

McCain said it regarding Hillary's healthcare plan that she recycled and is proposing again after it went down in flames about a dozen years ago when she tried to push it into law as First Lady. NOT about a person.


This usage of it came a week after Sarah Palin made the joke "You know the difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull? Lipstick!"

NOT included in Obama's response to the uproar about his blatantly insulting comment: an explanation. He didn't say what he was talking about when he made the comment, he just criticized the McCain campaign and media for "taking out of context and making up a controversy."

No sir, it really doesn't look like it IS being taken out of context since you didn't tell us what the context really could be...

Democrats have taken to personally attacking Governor Palin and her family to destroy her since they can't debate issues with her (considering she has more experience than Senator Obama).



http://townhall.com/blog/g/9b3375c7-...4-b267282a1ce1
http://pajamasmedia.com/blog/sarah-p...smear-machine/
http://dailykos.com/storyonly/2008/8...137/486/580223
Palin's unmarried daughter is pregnant - Mike Allen and Carrie Budoff Brown - Politico.com
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/publ...l_up_in_alaska
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/8...330/417/579267
Usmagazine.com | News - BREAKING NEWS: Bristol Palin’s Baby Daddy Identified
http://wizbangblog.com/content/2008/...lan-colmes.php
http://www.mediatakeout.com/2008/263...ach_other.html (confirmed not to be her)
http://www.stupidsheeple.com/index.p...gone-wild.html
http://www.democraticunderground.com...ss=132x6855265
http://www.democraticunderground.com...ss=102x3462698
http://www.babble.com/CS/blogs/famec...aughter-s.aspx
http://www.democraticunderground.com...886859#3886904
The Strata-Sphere » Blitzer & Situation Room Sink Into The Liberal Sewer - Updated
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/poli..._open_sec.html


http://www.reuters.com/article/topNe...rpc=22&sp=true
Daily Kos: Palin's Daughter Preggers.  Typical Evangelical Family Values.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/0..._n_122947.html
http://www.nypost.com/seven/09022008...096.htm?page=2
http://michellemalkin.com/2008/08/29...insults-begin/
memeorandum: To rebut rumors, Palin says daughter, 17, pregnant (Steve Holland/Reuters)





Democrats are also targeting her son with Down Syndrome:
Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)
I Miss My Mommy: I Hayte Me
http://townhall.com/columnists/MonaC...ction_to_palin
http://townhall.com/blog/g/aee157bc-...7-9d8809bd637c



THEN THERE WAS THIS:
Democrats Release Sarah Palin's Social Security Number
http://www.redstate.com/diaries/reds...ah-palins-soc/



Not surprising from people who don't care too much about the nation, or at least the flag:
http://blogs.denverpost.com/opinion/...can-recycling/
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