Paris Hilton's response

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  1. GlendaLL

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    This was on Jay Leno tonight. It is Paris Hilton's response to John McCain's commercial about Barack Obama "being a celebrity."
    Very funny!

    http://www.funnyordie.com/
     
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    I just saw that on Nightline. Freakin' hilarious! Who knew she had it in her...
     
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    Do you think that she came up with that energy plan by herself? :lol:
     
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    I thought it was hilarious, especially the part where she said she was considering Rihanna for VP. That WOULD make it the most diverse (two women, one african american). And then John McCain's campaign responds with an issued statement "Clearly Paris Hilton supports John McCain's energy approach". :rolls eyes:
     
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    Something tells me that would be a negative...

    But she did a great job reading the copy!
     
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    :)
    Thanks for the smile- I needed it.
     
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    I thought it was so funny! Love her energy plan. She did a great job. My daughter wanted to know if Brittany is going to do one.
     
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    Too funny...I wonder who was the writer and real brains behind it?
     
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    Maybe Brittney could solve the health care problems in America! :lol:
     
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    I'd vote for her.

    I love when "celebrities" can make fun of themselves.
     
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    I have not seen the whole thing, but I caught the last few seconds on MSNBC yesterday. I laughed out loud when she says, "I'll see you at the polls, b*tches." I just never expected her to say that, it cracked me up!!

    I can't stand her, though. Ugh.
     
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    We'd all be in trouble!
     
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    No If she had an original intelligent thought it would be lonely

    I found it more disrespectful that the original McCain ad
    "the old guy" why didn't she say the "black guy?"

    but just because I found it disrespectful doesn't mean I didn't laugh about it.

    and what is really bad is my wife is a real distant relative of Paris Hilton
     
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    She didn't call him black guy because the ad was really attack against John McCain who was trying to bring his opponent down by comparing him to her as being vapid, worthless and famous for no reason. I'm sure she would have attacked Obama had he attacked her, but McCain was clearly the aggressor...
     
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    Interesting your choice of words :whistle:

    before the campaign is over there will be more mud from both sides
     
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    Yep. But those words are how I personally think of Paris Hilton, not weaknesses that I see in my preferred candidate that I believe can be revealed and/ or exploited. But anywho, I don't have enough posts to engage in political debate, but yes, there will be probably much more mudslinging from both sides considering what we've already seen and it's only August...
     
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    "I'll see you at the polls, b*tches."

    What is the point of using this term in this manner? I see no humor in it. I hear the girls in my high school use it all the time, and although I know they are not using it in a derogatory manner, it sounds awful! This would have been the perfect opportunity for Paris to clean-up her reputation a little bit!
     
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    I thought Paris' ad was clever!
     
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    IMHO I feel it is too soon for Obama I think he would be a better candidate in 2012 or 2016 with more national Experience. I know in the past we have had Presidents with less but we didn't have the Border problem, the type of problems of the economy, etc. So there is no comparison. Now we need some Experience, again IMHO
    When I heard him speak at the Democratic convention back in 2004
    http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/convention2004/barackobama2004dnc.htm
    I was impressed and I said to my self he will go places thinking he will be groomed for Office and be a good candidate for national Office some years from now (then). again I think he needs more Experience (and not rely on his handlers Experience)
     
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    hmm...I hear but I respectfully disagree. In 2010 or 2012, he'll have 2-4 years more of experience and opponents will still attack him as woefully inexperienced. Also, I don't feel that John McCain is any better prepared. I respect his service to this country and believe him to be a braver person than I could ever hope to be, but he's a little too much instep with Bush for my liking. He's changed his position on all of the stances that made me sort of like him in the first place. I'm not really sure what I would label my political stance, but I have liberal leanings. I don't mind big government, I'm anti-drilling (pro-alternative fuel/ renewable energy), I'm pro-life, I have mixed feelings on gay marriage as I feel marriage is between a man and a woman but I would support civil unions performed outside of a church, I'm a practicing Baptist, and I'm pro-universal health care. To me, my preferences lean closer to Obama than McCain and that's why I choose to support him. Even if he is inexperienced, he can't do any worse than Bush and McCain seems hell bent on placating his base by following Bush. I understand that it could possibly just campaign posturing and he actually may be a maverick in office, but if I'm going to gamble the next four years then I'm going with the fresh voice and fresh point of view.
     
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    it should have been In 2012 or 2016 not In 2010 or 2012

    The fresh voice and fresh point of view. when I hear that I think of those 3 year wonders I have seen in education the "the fresh voice and fresh point of view" of the new teacher that does not get the 4th contract because their fresh voice and fresh point of view did not work. Just what I have seen.
    Of course I have seen teachers who should have never gotten that 4th and now have their 20th

     
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    That's the gamble you take, and as I said if I'm gonna gamble, I'm going with the....hmmm...I'm not sure I should say "dark horse", lol. I try not to compare Obama with people like MLK and Rosa Parks because people get touchy about that. However, being Black myself, those people are my heroes and my reference points. They're also people who were considered inexperienced with crazy ideas. In fact, MLK was told to wait so much that he wrote a book called "Why we can't wait" to address why he refused to wait. Now, I have in NO WAY implied that Obama is the next MLK or that he even reminds me of MLK. My point was that the nation and even the world is often changed by people who critics say aren't ready, are crazy, are this, are that. So once, if I'm going to take a gamble...
     
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    I don't like PH at all, but that was a scream! :)
     
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    I nearly died laughing when she said, "See you at the debates, bi***es."

    I've never thought very highly of her, but at least she can have (and cause) a laugh about this. It definitely cause me to lose a little respect for John McCain (his commercial, not hers).
     

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