In a post I wrote for The Loop 21 this week I explain why Sarah Palin doesn't need to bother with kissing old, crusty GOP ass, or being responsible or doing any of the "proper" things you're supposed to do if you're running for president. SHE'S RICH AND FAMOUS, DAMMIT! RULES DON'T APPLY TO HER!!! MWAHAHAHAHAHA!
Beaming up as daughter Bristol shantay-sashays her way across ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, doing safe sex/abstinence PSA with Jersey Shore’s Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, this is a woman who discovered the limelight and found she enjoyed the nice tan she received from it. And people love giving her that tan! So much some Republicans are apparently voting for her daughter on DWTS whether they watch the show or not because it’s “revenge for ACORN or something.”
While Bristol Palin denies any Tea Party conspiracy theories, there's no denying that conservatives have been pushing for votes for Bristol, using blogs and Twitter to start a movement. But what isn't widely known is the evidence—via message board comments on some conservative sites—that this mobilization involves fixing this (albeit meaningless) election through a technical snafu on ABC's website, which allows Palin's supporters to cast an infinite number of email votes.
On top of her progeny boogeying her way to another tax bracket (better for Obama to death tax her with, my dear) despite the burden of single motherhood, Palin has her commentator gig on FOX News and a new reality show on TLC subtly titled “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” as if she purchased the whole state for a handful of Silly Bandz and a pack of Schlitz. Amongst all the hype, Palin keeps threatening to run for president.