Sarah Palin strikes a few poses for V...

Sarah Palin strikes a few poses for Vogue

There are 33 comments on the Anchorage Daily News story from Dec 14, 2007, titled Sarah Palin strikes a few poses for Vogue. In it, Anchorage Daily News reports that:

“At first they had me in a bunch of furs”

Gov. Sarah Palin got a break from answering questions about federal corruption probes and natural gas pipeline applications this week to take on the heady subject of fashion. via Anchorage Daily News

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Fort Richardson, AK

#1 Apr 5, 2008
Sarah Palin poses for Vogue or any other media outlet. Where ever there is a photo op, she is there. She and her administration has created an atmosphere of hate and discontent in the state of Alaska. She just resently tried to oust the Chairman of the Republican Party of Alaska. We have a few years -unless she resigns! She came in as a fresh face with NO experience and NO creditability and we are reaping the consequences of that misjudgment. Sarah Palin should never be considered for any political position ever. Sarah is a "HOT MESS". She is a disaster!

Alaska Politics and Politicians
Political Parody...... to imitate for purposes of satire or ridicule.

Politics is a Battlefield
Wouldn't it be nice

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Jul 4, 2008
(This is directed to the post before this)Considering how little you seem to understand about proper spelling I can't help but wonder why anyone would take your political advise seriously. Really now, when you write like some sort of backwoods inbred ridge runner, and you do, who is going to pay any attention to you. Since Palin's approval rating is just over 90% you seem to be in the extreme minority ayway. Ta junior.

Since: Apr 08

Fort Richardson, AK

#3 Jul 29, 2008
Backwoods huh? You hit the nail on the head with Sarah Palin self proclaimed "Valley Trash"
Don't worry about spelling. Just be informed.

Lawmakers formally call for Palin Investigation

Lawmakers will hire someone within a week to investigate whether Gov. Sarah Palin abused her power in firing former Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan.
The Legislative Council on Monday approved $100,000 for the investigation.

The committee wants to find out whether Palin was angry at former Commissioner Walt Monegan for not firing an Alaska State Trooper who went through a messy divorce with Palin's sister.

Sen. Hollis French, an Anchorage Democrat who serves as Senate Judiciary Committee chairman, is in charge of hiring an investigator. French says he has a short list of candidates.

He says the investigation should be finished within a few months.
Mark McNally

Mentor, OH

#4 Aug 3, 2008
Democrats always call for investigations of Republicans.

Americans are sick of the criminalization of politics.

We should get past these Stalinist show trials and get on to the business of America.
Palin for VP

Trussville, AL

#5 Aug 4, 2008
The investigation is nothing more than a Democratic hit job because they fear her as McCain's VP!! Hopefully, this will blow over before he has to announce his choice!! I haven't given up on the idea yet!
Kim Sparks

Jasper, IN

#6 Aug 29, 2008
Sarah Palin is the REAL deal. Smart, conservative, and THE answer for the new (and gorgeous) face of a maverick GOP. She will make an awesome Vice-President and move over Hillary, you have met your match.

Sugar Land, TX

#7 Aug 29, 2008
Why wouldn't a runner-up for Miss Alaska pose in Vogue? Talk about a celebrity. Sportscaster, beauty queen, sounds like someone likes the limelight, no matter what the stage....

I can't believe McCain thinks women are so shallow that Hillary supporters would vote for Palin just because she's a woman. Those two women couldn't be more different and this choice will make Hillary's female supporters realize that they should vote their views and values (Barack) rather than their gender.

Brighton, CO

#8 Aug 29, 2008
For one who criticizes another about spelling, you may want to look up the proper spelling of the word "advice" (it's not "advise").
Maureen Burke

United States

#9 Aug 29, 2008
The choice of Sarah Palin as VP running mate is in line with John McCain's reputation as a Maverick. I am absolutely thrilled that women will be given a voice. Thank you Senator McCain. I have contributed money to both campaigns, and now my decision is made. Finally, a person on the ticket that understands the hard work of working mothers. Obama is no longer an agent ogf Change, striving to bring in people from outside Washington, McCain is. Job well done.

Chicago, IL

#10 Aug 29, 2008
hahahaha, you spelled "advise"

i advise you to not talk about somebodys poor grammar skills.

ha, thats some good "advice"

Garland, TX

#11 Aug 29, 2008
you obivously must be a lesbian which is fine. just dont take you bitter and hatred out on someone doing something good. and shes beautiful. sorry about your jealousy. and its recently, not resently.

Jersey City, NJ

#12 Aug 29, 2008
The critique of Palin, saying that she is an opportunist in terms of media attention, is naive. When was the last time we saw a successful politician who was not opportunistic in terms of media attention? I suppose Obama appears to you to be a modest, humble fellow with little ambition, who loathes media attention.

Grow up, grow beyond your blind allegiances. As attractive as she is, I'll be writing in Ron Paul.

Hood River, OR

#13 Aug 29, 2008
No foreign policy experience and limited domestic experience. Extreme views. Forget about the gender issue. Bad VP choice for a potential presidential candidate as old as (and with the medical history of) McCain. Really. Is this a wise choice? Come on. Forget your political preference for a moment and just think of the sheer judgment (or lack thereof) of this decision.

Jersey City, NJ

#14 Aug 29, 2008

Until the third sentence, I thought you were talking about Obama.

"Awake, shake dreams from your hair..."

Jersey City, NJ

#15 Aug 29, 2008
...also, what is so EXTREME about her views?

Bellflower, CA

#16 Aug 29, 2008
Experience or not, she seems to be getting the job done. Of course lawmakers in her state hate her. She's rocking the boat, cutting off money these lawmakers are getting to fill personal coffers and making them do their job of representing the people. Also, this is a country that is supposed to be run "by the people, for the people." There is nothing in the Constitution that says a person needs to have "X" number of years in government to qualify to run for higher office. According to Article 2, a person need only be a naturally born US citizen, have permanent residency in the US for 14 years and is at least 35 years old. I'm so sick of career politicians telling us what we can and can not do and hoe much we have to pay for that. Sarah is a good choice because she isn't one. She was chosen because her ideals matches well with McCain's. I have a hard time believing Obama and Biden see eye to eye on a great deal of issues.

Hood River, OR

#17 Aug 29, 2008
Mich: Exactly which views of Obama do you consider "extreme?"

Hood River, OR

#18 Aug 29, 2008
Oh, nevermind....

Pawling, NY

#19 Aug 29, 2008
Woohoo!Finally...something to look at when every channel is inundated with inane banter; with all this "pick me because I'm..."

Thornton, PA

#20 Aug 29, 2008
The Obama Campaign's black advisory council includes Cornell West, an African American studies professor at Princeton University who calls himself a "progressive socialist" West has written that Marxist thought is "an indespensible tradition for freedom fighters." West paid a visit to Venezuela's Hugoi Chavez in 2006. Mr Chavez has rewritten his nation's constitution to give himself unprecedented executive power as president for life. West said he went to Venezuella to see the democratic awakening taking place. Also on Obama's black advisory council is Charles Ogletree., a Harvard law professor who argues in favor of reparations to the decendants of slaves. Ogletree has advised Obama on reforming the criminal justice system as wel as constitutional issues. Another Obama foreign policy advisor, Robert Malley had to resign after it was revealed that he had been meeting with terrorist group Hamas, which a few years ago had called for attacks against the United States. Ahmed Yousef, a Hamas political advisor stated that his group supports Oama's foreign policy ideas. Obam has said he will not meet with the leadership of Hamas, but he will meet with the president of Iran, a major Hamas backer and funder. Wake up American Democrats, it would be
extemely difficult to find so many radicals in the ranks of any of the other serious presidential campaigns from either party. The only clear choice for our nation is McCain/Palin.

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