According to the pig community, the answer is a resounding "NO."
Pigs were appalled by the recent statement of Democratic political strategist James Carville: "Most people don't really give a pig's patootie about a nuclear arms deal with Russia."
One little piglet complained, "Who is he to talk about a pig's patootie? Let him look to his own."
Last night in NYC's Grand Central Station Mr. Porky Pig addressed a crowd of astonished commuters about the latest disrespect accorded to him and his colleagues. Porky was impeccably dressed in a Brooks Brothers suit, which covered both his patootie and his curly little tail. "Carville really stepped in it when he picked on us pigs," he said. According to Porky, this is just the latest in a long line of insults from the human community. "After all," he pointed out, "we have to listen to all that talk of pigs in a blanket and the silly nursery rhyme drivel about This little piggy went to market." He asked, "Why can't you people mind your own business and leave us pigs alone?"
Taking his leave after signing hundreds of autographs, Porky oinked a terse "No comment" when asked his opinion of Judge "I don't give a rat's ass" Judy. Privately he expressed the view that rats would have to fight their own battles. "Let them look out for their own patooties," he advised.