Barack Obama Calls Sarah Palin A Pig

Ok, he didn’t actually call her a pig but it is not hard to read between the lines. In speaking about Republicans, he said, “you can put lipstick on a pig but it is still a pig”. Therefore, since Sarah is a Republican, he basically called her a big, fat, baby making, lipstick wearing pig. (Again, you need to read between the lines a little).

Now I agree that certain Republicans have pig like qualities. (Newt Gingrich, for instance, has big jowls which is very pig like). However, pigs in glass houses should never throw stones. Have you ever seen Senator Henry Waxman? He is a Democrat and he clearly is part bovine “porcine”: 

In any event, it is clear that no man should use the word “lipstick”. Unless you have walked a mile in another persons lipstick (slightly mixed metaphor), you should keep your big, un-lipsticked mouth shut. And, no, Chap-stick does not qualify you as an expert. 

Sarah, you wear all of the lipstick you want to. Embrace your womanhood. If you want to wear stilletto’s, short skirts and reveal your cleavage, I say you go girl! The Sisterhood of Traveling Lemmings will follow you regardless of your political views. Why? Because you are a woman and men are being mean to you. I mean, being a woman is all that really matters here, right?


6 Responses to Barack Obama Calls Sarah Palin A Pig

  1. See today’s headline on this subject.

  2. tannerleah says:

    That’s a great line!

  3. I think you meant “porcine” rather than “bovine” in describing Waxman… And you’re still screwing up your apostrophes…

  4. tannerleah says:

    As to “porcince”, I couldn’t think of the word so, being the lazy git that I am, I substituted bovine with the assumption that no one reads this stuff anyway.

    As for the apostroph’e’s’, you have me second guessing everytime I use one due to the last lecture you gave me on the subject. Isn’t there some sort of rule that applies like, “conjunction juntion, what’s your function?”

  5. Laziness is an acceptable excuse for not looking up porcine. Apology accepted.

    As far as the “rule” for apostrophes… if the potential apostrophe-er “owns” the noun in question, it gets the nod. If it’s simply a lot of things (as opposed to just one) it doesn’t. I won’t go into contractions (meaning shortened words, not related to childbirth) because I’m sure you can figure those out (missing letter = apostrophe).

    If you’re still confused, check with some Sales Directors… they always know this kinda stuff…

  6. tannerleah says:

    Apology? I don’t remember offering one.

    Thanks for the apostophe explanation. You would make a hell of a school marm. However, that seems like a lot of rules to remember so indulge me while I continue to screw it up.

    For anyone that wants to actually “learn” something, read Mike’s blog. (See how I did the apostrophe?). He is smart and spells gooder than I do.

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