It was poetry time in our last Game Time, with presidential hopefuls as the subject. The votes are in, and Sid's poem about Cheney in lipstick wins. I hope the infamous pig in lipstick was not offended.
Speaking of make-up-wearing porcines, we thought we would let you all weigh in on the debate. You get to make a headline for the "lipstick on a pig" comment and the aftermath. What's that? You don't know what I am talking about? What have you been watching the last 3 days? Certainly not the cable news networks! Well, I guess we should help you out. Here is a recap, courtesy of the AP:
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is accusing John McCain's campaign of "lies and phony outrage and Swift-boat politics" in claiming he had made a sexist comment against vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Obama on Wednesday called the Republicans' criticism of his use of the phrase "lipstick on a pig" a "made-up controversy."
Here is our headline:
Obama Apologizes: He hopes no pigs were offended by comparison to Palin
Post your headlines by Tuesday, and then vote for the winner on Wednesday.
Obama changes comments, meant to say "lipstick on a pig is a MAKE-UP controversy"ReplyDelete
Obama still fryin in a greasy messReplyDelete
Obama Apologizes, Meant to Say "You can put a pig in a blanket, and it's still a tasty hors d'ouevres"ReplyDelete
Republicans Desperate, Hope to generate large Pig Voter turnout as in 2000 and 2004ReplyDelete
A Black President? When pigs fly!ReplyDelete
I got another one:ReplyDelete
Hogwash, Obama Denies Palin Pig Attack
Obama uses phrase "lipstick on a pig." Bill Clinton asks for pig's phone number.ReplyDelete
Obama apologizes: "Of course it was a harmless joke. I don't approve of pigs. I am Muslim!"ReplyDelete