Well now…

$150,000 is just a whole lot of money to pay out to Nieman Marcus et al in order to present Gov. Palin and her family in the best possible fashion light.

No mention of lipstick purchases, however.

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  1. Posted October 22, 2008 at 2:51 pm | Permalink

    Kinda makes $400.00 haircuts seem affordable…

    Okay, not really but isn’t it about time Americans woke up to how much money our politicians are wasting on themselves?

  2. mick
    Posted October 23, 2008 at 9:55 am | Permalink

    Pissin me off. This is just silly. Arrrghhh

  3. Posted October 23, 2008 at 3:14 pm | Permalink

    I have yet to hear one word from Hogg’s mouth that would even come close to making me think he had an ounce of Republican blood in him but I dig on him all the same.
    I’m hoping someone coherent (hint Hogg) will try to fill District 2′s seat on the city council which right now is the biggest joke on the council.
    Seems like I remember some previous jabs from this blog about Trudy Wade who now is the taxpayers best friend on the council.
    My suggestion Hogg: if you’re going to run retain Bill Burckley now.

  4. Posted October 23, 2008 at 9:06 pm | Permalink

    I felt bad when I spent $13.00 at Target for a pair of jeans for my son the other day. I don’t usually spend that kind of money on jeans for my 1st grader! I don’t remember the last time I bought a new piece of clothing, but when I did it was at Target. Or maybe The Bargain Box. I haven’t cut my hair, except my bangs, in a few years, and I cut the bangs myself. My son and husband both have their hair cut at Great Clips. Can’t get much cheaper than that. I don’t understand how people can spend WAAAAAY more than my family makes in a year on CLOTHES!


  5. Posted October 24, 2008 at 8:19 am | Permalink

    You found me out, Tony. I’m actually a closeted “UA”. This election is bringing me closer and closer to making it official on my voter registration.

    Bill is the best at what he does. No doubt of that.

    I’m dogmatic about rejecting the extreme dogma of both parties.

    Kim: “I don’t remember the last time I bought a new piece of clothing”

    Same for me, Kim. Thankfully my eldest son and I wear about the same size clothes and he ALWAYS seems to have some new stuff for me to sport when I’m not in an old t-shirt.