Recap: Follies' Political Posts in '08
Can she cry her way into being the next Commander-in-Chief?
As Spencer Tracy said to Katharine Hepburn in “Adam’s Rib,” “Here we go again, the old juice. Guaranteed heart melter. A few female tears, stronger than any acid.” ~ M. Dowd.
"Under heaven nothing is more soft and yielding than water. Yet for attacking the solid and strong, nothing is better; it has no equal." ~ Toa Te Ching
"How dare you humiliate my wife ... That's my job."
Now you know what victims of food poisoning look like;
apparently you can make prostitution illegal in New York, but you can't
make it unpopular ...
"Politicians take people's money with a promise to fulfill desires that supposedly can't be attained any other way. Prostitutes do the same, though by reputation, they are more reliable in delivering. It's not surprising for people in the same line of work to gravitate toward one another, as Eliot Spitzer and a woman named Kristen reportedly did in a Washington hotel room." ~ Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
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John McCain's house keys.
The campaign had 60 days left and
McCain was leading in the polls ...
Lipstick wars go nuclear.
From Springfield, IL to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
"Hey man, the food was way better here, while you were still governor. It's a real crime when a guy can't sell a Senate seat in peace and quiet."
Follies' Athlete of the Year,
Obama's girlie score was 37 ... Naturally, he demanded a recount.