The money spent on the 2008 Presidential Election is in excess of a [B]billion dollars[/B]!. Campaign rhetoric started 3 years ago and has heated up ever since.
Here we are electing a president and vice president of the wealthiest country…ever.
Palin is the only non-millionaire of the 4.
She’s not really a Vera Wang and Tiffany kind of girl.
She frequently shops at a consignment shop in her home town and who the hell cares where she shops, anyway.
She can shoot a bull moose and field dress it all by her lonesome.
Perhaps she should campaign in her red & black checkered parka.
The RNC is paying for this wardrobe and it is not Palin’s to keep.
The clothing is destined for donation.
150K for the wardrobe of the vice presidential nominee of the wealthiest country on the globe!!!
Well, I’m shocked…shocked I tell you.
Keep in mind that this was RNC money.
Have you looked at what your government spends [B]your[/B] money on?
For an eye opener, check out the
[I]Congressional Pig Book Summary[/I]
which illustrates the complete disregard that Congress has for its constituents. The Pig Book only lists the worst offenses and totals
If you don’t want to support Palin-McCain because of their conservative platform or political records or some other [B]germaine[/B] issue, then please, have at it and vote for the candidate of your choice.
To denigrate someone or someone’s party on the basis of a borrowed wardrobe worth $150K is just shameful.
This is right up there with the criticisms levelled at Michelle Obama for having lobster and caviar at the Waldorf-Astoria as reported by the New York Post.
First off, who gives a $hit if the woman can order caviar and lobster and not have to worry about the bill?
Turns out, she not only was not staying in the hotel, but she wasn’t even in New York State.
How nice of The Post to print a retraction…probably on page 17 below an underwear advertisement…and how typical.
By all means, vote for the candidate(s) of your choice, but for God’s sake, base it on something that matters.