“I was just your average hockey mom, and signed up for the PTA because I wanted to make my kids’ public education better.”
Who knew an average hockey mom wore Valentino? Hockey mom Sarah Palin does! At the Republican National conference, the very stylish Sarah was sporting a $2500 dollar Valentino jacket but apparently she doesn’t want you to know about it yet.
“They do not want the American public to know that Palin is using stylists or that she is paying for expensive clothes this early on in the campaign,” a source told Page Six. Why? Oh, it might be because she’s playing the “I’m just an average hockey mom” bit with the American public.
We don’t really care what she’s wearing as long as she is not using our money to buy her expensive Valentino jackets! Don’t you agree?
And so on and so on go these American blogs.
But more has emerged about this Palin phenomenon. The Spanish papers today have zeroed in on the way that Palin has been riding the gravy train since McCain chose her to be his running mate.
The best report is in a paper called La Verdad (the truth). The article is centred around a full length of the page picture of Palin, in the airport of Maine. Boots up to her kneecaps, large hips swivelling along, one arm raised in greeting, that pecuiliar mad looking angry yet peculiarly smiling stare, a “woman in red” except for the black boots.
La Verdad then gets down to the nitty gritty and points to her bill of 150,000 dollars, or 116,ooo euros and asks how many lipsticks that would buy. They point out that Palin has never appeared twice in the same outfit and in some days several outfits.
They say it is “jackets by Velentino, purses by Louis Vuitton”!!!. They point then to a picture of Palin in a supermatrket in Alaska some months ago and point to the transformation, now “vestida como la chica del millon dollars…”
So the Republican Party has spent this 150,000 on clothes for Palin, that is some spend!
La Verdad as good Spanish conservatives is on the ball when it refers to the economic crisis in the US “where 10,000 families each day are losing their homes because they cannot pay the mortgage” and to the Republican spend on Palin as “obscene”. And they are indeed right. It also refers to the Edwards haircut of 520 dollars or 404 euros, and to the Ferragamo shoes of McCain at 3000 dollars or 2335 euros.
La Verdad also refers to the spend in a hunting shop called Atelier by Palin of almost 5000 dolars or 3893 euros, which specializes in male clothes apparently for her husband.
And then the children are outfitted out too, in shops like Pacifier, or Steiniauf & Stroller.
The way McCain and the Republicans sold Palin was as the woman who was going to put order into the finances of the country. For example she sacked the chauffeur and sold the official airplane on E-Bay. But the Verdad draws on US news stories that the selling of the airplane in the end cost the Alaskan State money, because obviously Palin has replaced that with journeys here there and everywhere with whole family in tow, imagine the cost of that.
This it appears was always a bit dicey for Alaskan tax payers. It seems Palin may actyually have had a strategy re kids. Sometimes she asserted that for her to appear somewhere then the kids had to not only attend but also be paid for, and sometimes she just turned up with them anyway…and they still paid for Palin.
Cause and effect.
These bastardised republicans thought they would introduce glamour and this did seem to work at first amoung idiot types like “Michael Sunstar” of Israpundit notoriety, but the great majority of ordinary Americans are seriously sensible people and they began to think “here we are sinking into poverty while Palin rides the gravy train”
So in a survey conducted (by far from radical NBC and Wall Street Journal) put 55 per cent thinking that Palin is not “capable” of being vice president. And 49 per cent are approaching hate, or what La verdad showing their great Spanish reserve terms “having a disfavourable opinion of her”.
In short, though La Verdad being a little “catholic”, does not say so or perhaps even think so. But this growing hatred for Palin, and for McCain not knowing how many houses he owns, among the ordinary American people, is a sign perhaps maybe sigh of the growing revolutionary consciousness of those same American people. Revolutionary in implication, revolutionary without a conscious revolutionary socialist expression.
So it is a strange thing but actually the Palin gravy train has got great implications, and even implications for the whole world and perhaps most of all for the Jews of Israel.
We will return to this and see how this is being covered over by Jewish American leaders, who are traitors actually to the Jewish cause and to the Jewish cause of Israel.