Wednesday, October 08, 2008

All Hail Michelle

Michelle Obama appeared on Larry King Live tonight. She was so articulate, so smart, so charming ... Throughout the entire interview, Michelle did not flail once. She was bullet-proof, air-tight and a regular genius.

Cindy McCain and Sarah Palin? Girlies, go bake a cake. You silly little broads are both completely out of your league. Michelle Obama is the face of the new American woman.

7 comments:

stefaddink said...

I missed her on Larry King but she was really good on John Stewart! Thanks for the vid.

B.E. Earl said...

Yeah, she was great on The Daily Show!

Rory L. Aronsky said...

Not true Erin. You've always been the face of the new American woman. You're just too modest to take credit.

deangc said...

In Canada, nobody interviews politician's wives. I don't even know what Steven Harper's wife looks like. In fact, I'm not sure he even has one... I think so, but I don't know for sure.

I dunno why y'all insist on dragging people's families into things. That's one way we're very different.

I don't think Palin would be a disaster because of her husband or her kids. I think she'd be a disaster because she's in no way prepared for the job. In just the same way, I think Obama won't be a disaster because I think he's properly prepared, and he's got the right stuff. Not because his wife is cool.

Bill said...

New American Woman.....sounds like a great title for your documentary that my partner and I are gonna make about you.
Waddaya think? We're only a couple of hours away!

swine said...

Palin does just fine without the added burden (circus?) of her family.

Deangc, with Harper suddenly calling elections in hopes of a majority on Oct. 14, he is trying harder and harder to stop "being different" and in fact be just like us.

deangc said...

Swine, that has always, always been The Canadian Way. The sitting gubmint drops load after load of pork on the electorate until they rise (or stop sinking) in the polls and then BOOM the writ is dropped.

Been that way as long as I can remember, and I've been voting since sometime in the 70's.