New Mexico Lt. Gov. Diane Denish made a funny during a televised debate. Denish, who is running for governor, wanted to accuse opponent Susana Martinez of wasteful spending on government bonuses. Instead, she said Martinez "gave big, fat boners."
[There was a video here]
Tell the voters, "I used it for fancy resorts for my employees. I used that money for luxury cars. And I took border security funds, border security funds to protect our borders, and gave big, fat boners."
Denish's boner speech raises many questions. Like: Why would a politician willingly create a soundbite that included the phrase, "I used that money for luxury cars"? And: In these circumstances, it is better to pretend like nothing happened (as Denish does) or should there be some sort of acknowledgment? [via Guanabee]