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She outlined a typical evening: "Nine o'clock, Mr. Excitement here is sound asleep and I'm watching `Desperate Housewives'." Comedic pause. "With Lynne Cheney. Ladies and gentlemen, I am a desperate housewife."
The really odd thing was the full CNN coverage this morning where they showed the clip alongside an interview earlier this week where Laura was specifically asked if she watched "Desperate Housewives" and she said no.
No, it wasn't funny. It was pretty lame, and I felt embarrassed for her. But it's not her fault, almost all political people look lame when they try to be funny. A staff of professional writers doesn't make you a "hoot". I thought the funniest part was when the camera kept panning to Jane Fonda and Al Franklin to see thier reaction. Like, "Gee, will Jane Fonda laugh? The suspense is killing me!"
Whether she wrote all of the speech or not, she delivered it with grace, charm and wit. These are desirable qualities in the First Lady.
At least we can trust Laura not to insult anyone or use foul language!
Originally posted by Roadscholar
Whether she wrote all of the speech or not, she delivered it with grace, charm and wit.
Originally posted by Dr Love
There's no doubt in my mind that she had nothing to do with writing it, but her delivery and timing were good.
[edit on 2-5-2005 by Dr Love]