Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Palin Wardrobe


Okay, it's been discussed to death. But have you considered that $150,000 worth of clothes is $2000 every day for the two months that Governor Palin will have been on the campaign trail?

And they are going to solve our fiscal problems? Lady, here's a suggestion: Wear something twice.

14 comments:

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I could have dressed her for one one hundredth of that budget.

Suzy said...

I like that blouse/capri outfit on the paper dolls. It reminds me of something my mom wore in the sixties.

This is just more domestic obscenities from the Republican party (as opposed to international obscenities.)

Dr. Zaius said...

Ack! I was gonna do Palin paper dolls. You beat me to it! (Great graphic, by the way.)

Sorghum Crow said...

Now the good ol' boys (RNC) are saying that they are just lending her the clothes. I bet she'll be surprised. What hubris.

DCup said...

Piper Palin is Resident Evil's newest role model. Now I learn that every nine year old needs Louis Vuitton.

Who knew?

Jess Wundrun said...

DCup: do nine year olds still fit inside the LV bag?

Matty Boy said...

Those dresses look like stuff Betsy Draper on Mad Men would wear. Not suitable for Caribou Barbie.

Bubs said...

Jeez, why are you being such a hater? She was just wearing those clothes for a little while to break them in so they could be donated to charity.

Typical lib.

dguzman said...

Oooh, I hope they go with the matching flowery dresses next!

Randal Graves said...

I can't believe you left the First Dude out.

CDP said...

His campaign has continued to outdo itself in stupidity. Great idea, let's identify with "Joe the Plumber" and paint ourselves as champions of the working class, unlike those elitists supporting Obama...oh, and let's pick up a few things for Governor Palin at Neiman's and Saks.

God Of Bacon said...

I would not have believed it possible to spend that much on clothing.

Distributorcap said...

if i had known wearing cut out clothing would cost $150,000, i would have saved all my paper

libhom said...

I admit it. I envy Osama bin Palin. I wish someone would give me $150,000 for a frivolous spending spree.