Then little more than a senator of Illinois, the man who became the first black leader of the United States suggested that dressing up Palin, the Republicans' vice-presidential candidate, as a serious politician was like putting lipstick on a pig.
What does LOAP stand for?
LOAP stands for Lipstick on a Pig
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- Lamont Ocean-AML (Atmospheric Mixed Layer) Model
- Light of Africa Network (Redding, CA)
- Local Officials' Administration Network (sports)
- Vesels Loaned to Coast Guard (US Navy)
- Vessels Loaned to Miscellaneous Activities (US Navy)
- Vessels Loaned to States (US Navy)
- Vessels Loaned to War Shipping Administration (US Navy)
- Laughing Our Asses Off
- League of American Poets
- Life of A Peasant (gaming, Warcraft III map series)
- List of Affective Pages
- List Of Applicable Publications
- Livin' on A Prayer (Bon Jovi song)
- Low Overhead Array Processor
- Lansing Oar and Paddle Club (Michigan)
- Letters of Acceptance and Return (formal correspondance)
- London Olympics Association Right (UK)
- Lappeenrannan Opiskelija Asunto Säätiö
- Laurel Oaks Adventist School (New Haven, CT)
- Lei Orgânica de Assistência Social (Portuguese: Organic Law of Social Assistance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a comment many believe was aimed at Palin, the Illinois senator said: "You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig.
Obama told delegates in Virginia: "You can put lipstick on a pig.
You can put lipstick on a pig," he said, "it's still a pig.
You can put lipstick on a pig," Obama said to an outbreak of laughter, shouts and raucous applause from an audience in Virginia yesterday.