Wednesday, September 10, 2008

As useful as teats on a bull

How gullible is the press?

How gullible are we?

"Lipstick on a pig" an insult to Sarah Palin?

Have we ever met a candidate with skin so thin?

And John McCain is abashed? Didn't he refer to his wife, unpoetically, as a cunt?

As it turns out, McCain has used the same phrase, "lipstick on a pig," reportedly often. Maybe he used it on the floor of the Senate, and that's where Barack Obama picked it up.

I guess Democrats ought to learn not to talk metaphorically, especially, if a Republican is within earshot. I mean, what would a Republican do if he/she were described in any of these regionally familiar metaphors.

The reasons for going to war in Iraq were as thin as turnip soup.

When George Bush was asked about his relationship with Jack Abramoff, he looked like a dog shitting a peach pit.

When John McCain said he would run an honorable, respectable campaign, Barack Obama said, "Don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining."

Karl Rove is so so good at convincing the public that he could've sold the pope a double bed.

Dick Cheney is as cold as a welldigger's ass.

And George Bush, dumb as a bag of hair.

Metaphorically speaking Republican's are as sensitive as cowboy's balls on the first day of a cattle drive.

BTW, you can put lipstick on Giuliani, and he's still an asshole.

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