Sunday, August 31, 2008

Feeling Awkward

Dearest Candidates,

I enjoy listening to your speeches. However, can you please not stand so close to each other while the other guy/girl is talking? It's a little awkward. McCain didn't know what to do with his hands when he appointed Sarah Palin. He was digging in his nails.

I am currently watching a Obama/Biden Ralley and Obama has his arms crossed, standing 6 inches away from Biden, staring off into space. It makes me feel uncomfortable.

I'm trying to figure out your strategy here. I think it would be much more affective if you would kindly sit down while the other person is speaking. Then you have something to do and then we don't have to watch the awkwardness of it all.

That is all. May the Love Fests continue...just not so close to each other next time.


Lyonslove said...

Good tip, I will pass it on to them if I see them.

Lisa P said...

I also thought that of both teams. And all the hugging made it seem like greeting time at our church...

edie said...

I could not agree more. Put your hands in your pockets or sit down. Very funny.

VikingMom said...

Seriously...the day that McCain announced Palin as his running mate he was practically attached to her hip. The camera angle they had of him made it look like he was checking out her butt all through her speech--it was hilarious.