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Insert Your Own Joke
Wednesday, 2008 September 10 - 9:25 pm
By the way the McCain campaign is reacting to Obama's "lipstick" comment, you'd think "lipstick" is the most charged and offensive word in the English language.

For those who haven't been following the story: it started when Sarah Palin made this joke (and I use the term "joke" loosely): "What's the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull? Lipstick."

This week, when talking about the McCain/Palin campaign, Obama made the remark, "You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig. You can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called 'change,' itís still going to stink."

Immediately, McCain, that paragon of feminism, decried the "lipstick" remark as a sexist slap against Palin. Because of course the phrase "lipstick on a pig" must be something Obama made up just for this occasion. And of course McCain would never say anything like that, especially when discussing the policies of a female politician.



My challenge to my readers: make your own Sarah Palin "lipstick" joke. Examples:
  • What's the difference between Sarah Palin and the thousands of male small-town mayors who are not qualified to be vice president? Lipstick.
  • When McCain nominated Palin to be vice president, what does Rudy Giuliani wish he'd worn more of? Lipstick.
  • What can be found on the ass of religious conservatives now that Sarah Palin has been nominated to be vice president? John McCain's lipstick.
And so on.

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Posted by Ken in: politics

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Comment #1 from baketown (baketown)
2008 Sep 12 - 4:27 pm : #
I dunno Ken. Those are hard to beat.
Comment #2 from Brett (Guest)
2008 Sep 12 - 7:43 pm : #
Did Obama actually refer to himself as "an old fish"?? :)

But enough seriousness, time for the big finale joke....


Ummm....What's the difference between a human erection and a pitbull's erection...?

Lipstick.






(Because dog boners look like lipstick)

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