But I am cracking up at some of the pundits and commentators who, like Art Linkletter's Kids Say the Darndest Things, have said some of the
One commentator, very excited after Obama's Iowa caucus win blurted out, "Obama's out there sitting on a huge movement." Yikes. Bad word picture.
Another panel was discussing the prominence of interviewees they had had on their show that day said (regarding an empty "guest" chair between them): "We've had a lot of interesting DNA on this chair today." Ewww.
One New Hampshire interviewer asked a voter what inspired him to vote for Obama. The voter's reply? "Charisma."
Huh? Really? "Charisma" is what makes a great President?
In that case, have I got good news for the U.S.! I'd like to introduce a nominee for candidate that has oodles of charisma. Meet Charisma, the a capella Sweet Adelines group of Yahariver Chorus in Madison, Wisconsin. With "Charisma," we get four times the charimsa of Obama and four times the femaleness and sharp dressing of Hill, four times the pristineness of Mitt and a jillion times the beauty of Fred Thompson. That's it. I heart "Charisma(s)" for President.
And what in the world do you think this conversation was about???
Totally unrelated aside: