Who would make a better first lady for America?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by brocklanders, Mar 5, 2008.

Who would make a better first lady for America?

  1. Cindy McCain

    12 vote(s)
  2. Bill Clinton

    8 vote(s)
  3. Michelle Obama

    6 vote(s)
  1. Cindy McCain is pretty darn hot. I would rather her be first lady than Bill Clinton. Michelle Obama I'm not so sure about either. Vote for who you want as first lady. It is important for America.
  2. Arnie


    Bill Clinton, but only if he has to wear a dress:D
  3. The poll is currently way too close to call. We are tied at 1 vote for McCain and 1 vote for Clinton.

    I know this is a tough choice people but pick a first lady irrespective of who their spouse is. For instance, I do not really want John McCain to be the next president but I would really like Cindy McCain to be first lady. Got it?

    Thank you.
  4. horseman


    A blue dress?
  5. Lucrum


    About the dress with his DNA on it?
  6. SDticks


    So what do we call Bill if Hillary gets elected? First Man? First Gentleman? First Dude?

    I was just thinking about this. I don't mind a woman president, but for some reason, I don't want a dude as the first lady. But then again, I guess we already had Hillary. :D
  7. I don't mind a woman president either just as long as it is not Hillary Clinton.
  8. There's something creepy about the McCains as a couple. They don't look right together. He's 18 years older than she. You won't be hearing McCain criticizing Obama's teenage drug use -- Cindy McCain was a serious drug addict as an adult.
  9. cindy doesn't look all that hot until you compare her to the competition.:cool:
  10. While I can't use the term 'hot' to describe elderly dames, Cindy definitely made the right move by growing her hair back.

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    (Cindy McCain in 2000)

    I find Buzz-cut women to be quite disturbing.
    #10     Mar 8, 2008