It strikes me as vaguely ironic that Michele Obama recently landed on Vanity Fair's best dressed list--but not Cindy McCain.
Recently I participated in a polite, civilized, pina colada-fueled discussion about the two presidential candidates.
The other party voiced their intent to vote for John McCain.
I stated my intent not to do so.
"I really like his wife," the other party said. "But I know once she's in the White House, she'll get a lot of harassment."
"Why?" I said. "Because of her drug problem?" (Admittedly, this was a bit of a dig. And I really meant to say, past drug problem).
"No—because she's attractive," came the reply.
I was silent. And bewildered. I elected not to proceed further.