Wednesday, October 15, 2008

We Interrupt This Debate to Bring You Some Smokin' Hot...

13 comments:

HelenWheels said...

they are too adorable.

Dusty said...

That was good KZ!

Michelle is so down to earth...and I would vote for her in a ny minute!

Dusty said...

ps...thanks for your sweet comment on my current blog post too. :)

Karen Zipdrive said...

This is a fairly old video, I just posted it because I love watching that long, tall woman dance.
Ellen mentioned that Michelle had even taught her some new moves- like the dustin' off the shoulders thing.
I didn't care for her much at first but she's really won me over.
She's gonna make one sensational First Lady.

Dusty said...

Yes she will KZ..unlike the vicodin addict married to McDesperate.

HelenWheels said...

Can y'all imagine or picture Cindy McPain trying moves like that?

LOL! I was won over by Michelle at the convention. her speech KICKED ASS like no one's business. She's one smart (and confident) woman.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Cindy was only in her 20's when she married the old fart, so I'm sure she missed the disco era and going to danceclubs.
Besides, she's too white and zoned out on pills to have any dance moves.
Even worse- imagine the old fart trying to dance like that. Egads, it'd be like watching my 89 year-old dad trying to bust a move.

Randal Graves said...

So either McFossil and Druggie are in the White House or Care Bear and Disco Inferno. I hate disco. But I don't like getting blown up, so you win, dancing machines. Well played.

HelenWheels said...

The mental pic of a dancing McGramps is not pleasant at all to me either.

earlbo said...

Even conserative pundits pan McDesperate's debate.

Rod Dreher, a conservative Christian columnist, declared the race over to Obama's benefit:

OK, that's over. And so is the McCain campaign. He was more aggressive than he's been so far, and he came close to landing some blows on Obama. But he never really connected, and for the most part this debate was as platitudinous as they all have been. McCain came off as sour, agitated and petulant. Obama -- man, nothing rattles that guy. McCain was two tics away from a vein-popping "You can't handle the truth!" Jack Nicholson moment, I felt. At one point, I thought: Which one of these men would I want in the White House when the 3 a.m. phone call comes in?

And I think that's their out; to them Obama didn't exactly win - McCain just lost.

Lulu Maude said...

If I were married to McCain, I'd take lotsa pills, too.

Handfuls.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Don't get this white boy started on what he'd do with that tall cup of brown sugar known as Michelle Obama in a sweaty motel room. Hubba hubba.

dguzman said...

Ok that's it. She's groovin' with Ellen. ELECTION OVER--just call Obama the winner and get it over with! She effing RAWKS so. freakin'. hard.