Apologies for the blogging hiatus. But, I am back with a bang: a video clip from The Daily Show that is up there with one of the best things I have ever seen. Apparently Maria Shriver gathered the Presidential candidates wives together for "The Women's Conference 2007", where they discussed their lives, babies, what it's like to be married to men who are seemingly more important than they are and, well, babies. The best bit is when Maria Shriver asks the women if the American public is voting for a couple, or just their husband, and Elizabeth Edwards responds, "I hope they're voting strictly for the candidate." And then Maria Shriver responds, "Then what's your relevance?" HARSH.
I found this whole segment hysterical. I'm sure the women did talk about things other than babies and family life, pot luck and changing tables...I just can't think of what.
And why wasn't Bill Clinton invited?