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Giving Clothes Away?!!  That's UnAmerican--Sell them on Ebay.

The clothes make the man.  Or woman.  But only the RNC could have made Sarah Palin.  And dressed her to the tune of $150,000.

And then when it became public (thanks to Politico, so much for print journalism), the RNC has the lame-ass excuse that it's going to "donate" the clothes after the election.

Donate the clothes?  To whom?  Tina Fey.  Hopefully she won't need any more Palin-wear after the election.

But this strikes of socialism to me.  A real republican, from a small town, with good American values, wouldn't just give good clothes away.  Especially to some corrupt godless dirty homeless person (probably a drug and alcohol abuser) in the Sodom and/or Gomorrah of some anti-American filled big city.

No, the real republican answer to this situation is to put the clothes up for auction on E-Bay.  And then use the money for our next bailout.  (Or at least pay for an AIG junket).

What's wrong with America?  Sarah Palin earned those clothes by being unilaterally selected by John McCain to be on a national ticket.  Why right do big government, the Federal Election Commission or the Liberal Media have to take away her hard-earned clothes?  

Somebody better call Joe the Plumber fast for an opinion on this.  As soon as he buys that plumbing business, he's not going to be shopping at Wal-Mart.  Hell no, he'll be at Barney's and Saks like all the other millionaire plumbers who can finally afford pants that fit them so that they don't have to show their asscrack in the line of their sacred duty.

God Bless the Real America.  And may she ever aspire to Neiman Marcus.

Originally posted to adamzero on Wed Oct 22, 2008 at 11:14 AM PDT.

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