UPDATE; I have been accused of having a secret fetish for the brobdingnagian lady pictured at the end of this important article. That is impossible as, as with all men of a Semitic inheritance I lust for blond Goys.
Here's Sarah Palin campaigning for Sarah Steelman The day was swelteringly hot and sunny and sensible attire was required for a BBQ, at which Palin attended for hours dishing out hot food and scintillating conversation. Resplendent in white here's Palin the next day at a more formal outdoors function;
Palin's attire offended the sensibilities of Beltway matron Diana Reese who condescendingly opined that she thought Palin was, well just too declasse. Reese said she expects her servants, be they doctors or ministers to be in proper formal attire, and so should any politician who wishes to win over the upper classes.Quite right. In the broiling sun Palin should have behaved like an Englishwoman and wore a full skirt, white button up shirt with a tasteful cameo broach. Here is the hilarious quote: I'm sorry, but I’d like my minister,my doctor and yes, my politicians, to look and dress for their parts.
One would expect the proletariat to be in utter teeth gnashing rage at such hoity toity attacks on one of their own but no, Rebecca Schoenkopf, the self confessed socialist daughter of a self confessed "commie mom" went into full frontal attack (more later) with a column at the execrable "Wonkette" titled:
Dan Riehl has the story about WashPosts Reese up and includes her photograph where she looks suitable matronly and would no doubt grace any parlour in DC. But what about Schoenkopf? Surely we can look forwards to images of a fashionista, someone as slim as Palin with long flowing hair and a petite but perky figure. Someone who oozes class surely.
Fortunately our friend Mr, Google has some images up and here is the delightful hourglass figure (zaftig in Yiddish) topped by the visage of a raven haired beauty. Pure class in the manner of the beloved Pat Phoenix "all tits and brass" as she was described. Yes, Schoenkopf has every right to critique Palin's dress sense as she deserves to have an endless run of Vogue covers as the epitome of class and style. "Common as muck"-who would dare say such a thing.