Lipstick on a Pig: Barack Obama says “enough” re: a campaign about “phony, foolish diversions” vs. “the future.”

Via on Sep 10, 2008

Energy crisis? Failing schools? Gutted Economy? Two wars, uncared for vets? Let’s talk about ‘lipstick on a pig’ for two of the last 55 days. Who loses? Not a candidate. You. Obama nails it to the wall!

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2 Responses to “Lipstick on a Pig: Barack Obama says “enough” re: a campaign about “phony, foolish diversions” vs. “the future.””

  1. McCain has become quite the politician since he got his party’s nomination; he has proven time and again that his strategy for winning is based on personal attacks and distracting people from the main issues… i just hope people aren’t as gullible as McCain seems to think they are

  2. […] a few months, Obama will start gathering steam for his second election. Before we look forward to more will Palin run, will Jindal’s southern drawl thicken, and […]

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