Thursday, January 10, 2008

A Book Review for the upcoming Political Season

If you're a fan of insulting comebacks, or just like some good wit, "I'll be sober in the morning" is what I'm reading now. It's tough to try and remember all these. They' ll come in handy during political season. Churchill is one of my favorites, here's a couple samples of his wit.

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill had been drinking heavily at a party and bumped into Bessie Braddock, a Socialist parliament member."Mr. Churchill, you are drunk," Braddock said harshly."And Bessie, you are ugly. You are very ugly," Churchill snapped and then after a pause, added: "I'll be sober in the morning."

During an exchange in Parliament, Lady Nancy Astor snarled at Winston Churchill and said: "If you were my husband, I would poison your coffee." Churchill replied: "If you were my wife, Nancy, I'd drink it."

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