Sunday, September 07, 2008

Buck thinks he knows who the nation is leaning toward in this election from standing in the check out line perusing this week's copy of US Magazine.

Buck explained the emphasis of the publication on Michelle Obama's beautiful fashions and style. On the other hand, the same reading material stressed former co-workers who found Sarah Palin difficult to work with.

Everyone knows the presidency is about depth and substance, so I'm quite sure it was a compliment to Sarah to bring out skeletons from her career closet. And what an obvious slam to Michelle, that her clothes, not the content of her character, were noteworthy.

Michelle, I'm sorry the press is being so utterly unfair to you. Perhaps the political tide will turn your way soon.

3 comments:

Questing Parson said...

Majoring in the minors has been driving me to distraction during these campaigns.

unquenchableworshipper said...

oh..and the cover of the magazine had Palin with the headline "Babies, Lies, and Scandal"

Sean Hannity must read your blog because he mentioned this very issue the other night.

almostgotit said...

Really, I think it's more about who has the best hair style. Many think Sarah Palin needs to cut hers to look more professional. Michelle Obama's hair has good days and bad days, which have been extensively charted as well, cross-referenced with the shoes she is wearing at the time. I THINK WE ARE SEEING SOME CORRELATING TRENDS THERE, MICHELLE!

Probably we should cut health care and national defense budgets, both, and hire a national swat team of stylists and fashion consultants, instead. The whole country may go down in flames, but at least we'll look darn good as it does.