Probably a slip o’ the tongue, or an unconcious expression of frustration, but just as innocent as some Republican describing freshman Senator Obama as articulate. In any event, not a classy moment for the Democratic Party. No doubt about it, the left is not demonstrating their “open-armed” “open-minded” “liberal” soul. Nope.
Governor Palin’s lipstick moment is at about 3:30 in this one…
“Lipstick On A Pig” Update [Byron York] The McCain campaign is holding a conference call with former Massachusetts Gov. Jane Swift, who is calling on Barack Obama to apologize to Sarah Palin for his “lipstick on a pig” comment. “We need to continually combat this stream of insults,” Swift said, referring specifically to “what I can only deem to be disgraceful comments comparing our vice presidential nominee, Gov. Palin, to a pig.”
Reporters were a bit skeptical that Obama intended to do that; from the sketchy reports we have, he seemed to be talking about how John McCain can claim to represent change but isn’t really an agent of change. But Swift said, “it’s pretty clear the crowd thought that that was the insult he was leveling.” And Swift made the (hopefully) undeniable observation that Palin is the only one of the four national candidates who wears lipstick.