Sunday, October 19, 2008

Palin Dudes Make The New York Times

A group of young men who stripped off their shirts and painted letters on their chests spelling out M-A-V-E-R-I-C-K at Friday's Sarah Palin rally in Noblesville made today's New York Times in a story discussing Gov. Palin's support among men. Photo credit to the AP's Michael Conroy.

7 comments:

Wilson46201 said...

Look at the photograph yourself: the guys are all obviously wearing "wifebeaters" with the letters painted on the shirt fabric, not their bare chests. (Sheeesh!)

Advance Indiana said...

I was there, Wilson. I saw them take their shirts off and have the letters painted on with my own two eyes.

Wilson46201 said...

The very visible white "wifebeater" undershirts were painted on too?

Downtown Indy said...

I'm shocked that Wilson would use a prejudiced and derogatory term to make a point, what with his passion for calling out others for doing that sort of thing.

Advance Indiana said...

A blind partisan you are, Wilson. So pathetic.

AWB said...

They painted a white background to make it standout. You need a life, Wilson.

garyj said...

"Wifebeater shirt"? I'd ask you to elaborate, but it would be senseless. I didn't know that one had to wear a certain type of shirt to beat ones wife!
Wilson, you are an intelligent guy, why do you make such stupid comments?