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Enjoy your welfare clothes, trash!Oh, Sarah Palin, your trashy ass may be back in Alaska today, but you've left enough enemies down here in the contiguous U.S. -- the real, pro-America America -- to keep Wonkette going until Christmas. From this wonderful Newsweek collection of campaign trails, we learn today that Palin's shopping spree was a lot worse than the original outrageous $150,000 orgy of luxury.


Palin's behavior is exactly what happens when some ignorant white trash wins the lottery: total excess, ending in bankruptcy. But she bankrupted an entire major political party, ha ha. Also, her behavior is exactly like that of a gangsta-rapper who briefly hits the big time and immediately covers themselves in golden trinkets. Good god, Sarah Palin is human garbage:

One senior aide said that Nicolle Wallace had told Palin to buy three suits for the convention and hire a stylist. But instead, the vice presidential nominee began buying for herself and her family -- clothes and accessories from top stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. According to two knowledgeable sources, a vast majority of the clothes were bought by a wealthy donor, who was shocked when he got the bill. Palin also used low-level staffers to buy some of the clothes on their credit cards.

A disgusted McCain aide calls the Palins "Wasilla hillbillies looting Neiman Marcus from coast to coast."

McCain staffers tell Newsweek that Palin spent "tens of thousands" more than the original $150,000 reported before the election, as well as "$20,000 to $40,000" in clothes specifically for her idiot husband, Todd.

TWENTY-THOUSAND TO FORTY-THOUSAND DOLLARS for a man's clothes. Jesus christ it is a good thing Todd Palin doesn't live in California, or his gay Hollywood marriage would be illegal.

Hackers and Spending Sprees [Newsweek]

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