Whether BS asked for someone to shop for her at Victoria's Secret or not, those that think Sarah is just a regular gal and a fiscal conservative to boot need to rethink that one PLEASE. In other em-bare-ass-ing revelations, Sarah Palin's own father reported that it was hard for her to account for all the clothes stashed "in the belly of the plane" because "the kids lose their underwear." Look Sarah, you have a megawatt smile, and the folks luv ya. Why not leave behind the mean, unfair world of politics and be what you truly are inside - a beauty queen with the heart of a country signer. That would allow you to wear all the spangles and fancy underwear your heat desired, while touring the country with your family and talking to folks that adore you. Doesn't that sound better, dear? If you'd give up the political circuit for the Nashville circuit, (don't worry, you could air guitar and lip synch, just like you do now) I swear I'll buy your first concert ticket. I could even turn into a fan.
More spending on Palin revealed
The latest filing, which includes the final 3 weeks of the presidential race, shows the committee directed close to $55,000 to Palin's fashion stylist, New York-based Lisa Kline. The RNC also spent close to $24,000 in several high end stores, including Ann Taylor, Bloomingdales, Brooks Brothers, Neiman's, Nordstrom, Macy's, Saks, Target, and Victoria's Secret.
The RNC has said all the clothes purchased will be donated to charity. Meanwhile, the McCain campaign paid a total of $110,000 on Palin's traveling hair and makeup stylists, according to the New York Times and the McCain campaign's latest FEC filing. News surfaced shortly before Election Day that Republicans had shelled out more than $150,00 on Palin and her family in clothing costs — a revelation that posed an unnecessary distraction for the struggling McCain campaign, and undercut Palin's hockey-mom credentials.
UPDATE: Since even this post, the spending reports have topped an additional $165,000 or so over the initial $150,000 reported.