So Obama smacked Palin. He knew what he was saying and so did his audience. They made the connection in his lipstick comment and roared in approval at the insult. That's fine. It was opportunistic. <br><br>For Obama to then stand up today and deny responsibility and blame others is, frankly, the politics as usual Obama likes to speak out against. He should've apologized for any loose connection to Palin's pitbull/lipstick joke, and moved on. Instead, his denial keeps in the media. <br><br>More mistakes for the Obama campaign. <br><br>***************<br><br>This space left intentionally blank
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I wondered how long it would take you to chime in on this. Is this really an issue? Really? FWIW, I don't think Obama would say it deliberately even if he thought of it b/c he knows how hypersensitive people are about Palin and that everyone would jump on it.<br><br>And even if he did mean it, does that change your views, mine or anyone else's here. And I don't have much respect for anyone who's voting opinions could or would be swayed by such a comment.<br><br>We are STILL what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
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