Lindy’s Blog: Where Mom is Always Right

October 23, 2008

Palin double standards, continued

Filed under: politics,Sarah Palin — by lindyborer @ 5:17 pm
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Do you want to know why I admire Sarah Palin more and more each day? 

Look at the deplorable treatment she’s receiving, by both the media and the left.  And she does not complain.  She absorbs it and moves on. 

About this $150,000 wardrobe non-news item:  Most political candidates don’t pay anything for their wardrobes on the campaign trail.  Designers trip over each other to dress a possible president or vp.  I think we can all guess why most fashion designers have shunned Palin, as she doesn’t fit into their political ideology.   I cannot believe that the media is even bringing this up, considering they’re not exactly in any position to criticize her and credibly leave out Hillary’s costly pantsuits, Barack’s Barney’s duds, Michelle’s fashionable attire, or Pelosi’s designer tastes. 

Another thing we haven’t heard about on the news:  Palin plans on donating her wardrobe to charity. 

In relation to my last post: an interesting find, straight from an Obamatron’s mouth:

“One of the important tenets of socialism is transition. If we want to move towards an equal and fair society there are steps in-between. I’m not a Marxist, but like Obama I think he had many good ideas. For example, instead of moving to total equality we first need to enter into a “dictatorship of the proletariat.” In that sense I’d see Obama as a first step towards real change, once people see the positive effects of moderate socialism, people will be more willing to accept further change.”

Scary.

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3 Comments »

  1. You’re right, it is scary. Nobody in the media should be talking about the cost of Palin’s wardrobe unless they’re willing to show receipts for their own fineries.

    Comment by thedomesticfringe — October 23, 2008 @ 5:20 pm |Reply

  2. That’s utterly ridiculous that they have made a story of Palin’s clothes.

    That last quote is equally ridiculous and disturbing. Commie! I’d like to know who said that.

    Comment by JD — October 24, 2008 @ 9:18 pm |Reply

  3. Exactly – politics as usual. Doing things the Washington Insider Way. We all knew the “maverick” bit was just a line, right?

    Comment by newfeminist — October 25, 2008 @ 3:01 pm |Reply


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