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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Money Is Mothers Milk in Politics

"Money Is Mothers Milk in Politics"

I heard a reporter say this while they were airing Obama's Victory party at the stadium after they announced the win. It had me thinking all day what the reporter meant by it... Hmmm...

  • The reporter values Mother's Milk (yes! but did anyone else--anyone else at all-- besides me hear him say this? I wish.)
  • The reporter must agree that babies thrive on Mother's Milk
  • Money in politics is compared to the nourishing qualities of Mother's Milk
  • Thus, in politics if you have the benefit of the most money you get the victory

I'm not sure if I got his intent correct, but I couldn't believe I heard this analogy. I hope lots of people heard how important breastmilk is.

Thoughts anyone?


Trish Chibas said...

He must have been breast fed! LOL. Sorry, I didn't here it but kudos to him for saying it.

pearly1979 said...

Gosh kudos for you for even catching that commment!

Tammie said...

Yep I bet that's what he meant! Mother's Milk is essential! Just as Money is in Politics. (These days anyway;)

Anonymous said...

I just saw this post: Why is Salma equating breastfeeding with being an alcoholic? Is it because she's "drinking Guinness to boost her breast milk at the moment". Geez!

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