No, He Didn’t Call Her a Pig

You make think that’s what he meant, but that’s giving him a lot of credit for cleverness that I’m not sure he deserves.  Note to both Dems and Reps who are trying to make the campaign about everything except the issues (again):

Nobody cares about this crap but you guys, and the more you try to make everyone else care about it, the more we realize it’s more of the same–same ol’ stupid politics.

The Missus just told me there’s a Spanish saying that’s analogous–“Puedes vestir un mono en seda, pero mono se queda.”

Be careful translating this into English.  Some Democrat who’s defending Obama against Republicans who say he’s mysogonistic will start calling you a racist, even if you don’t mention his name.  It’s like the pot calling the kettle, uh…iron.

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6 Replies to “No, He Didn’t Call Her a Pig”

  1. Why do you wanna ruin everybody else’s fun like that? I just ran it through Google translator. I think I’m going to start using the translation in everyday language as much as possible.

  2. You can put lipstick on a pitbull and turn it into a hockey mom. How does that look in Spanish?

    Puedes poner lápiz de labios en un Pitbull y convertirlo en una mamá de hockey.

  3. Kind of like the saying we have…
    You can take the family out of SoKno, but the family’s dogs will still knock over your trashcans.

    It doesn’t really translate all that well to Spanish and the meaning is still unclear

  4. Well, Obama isn’t nearly as smooth trying to convince people he didn’t call a woman a pig as he his talking about “change”. And, I think that’s pretty much the point, isn’t it?

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