Thursday, October 23, 2008

Hair plugs and botox

Yes, I have heard the debate rage for a couple of days about the $150,000 spent by the RNC for Sarah Palin.

My first thought when I heard this is "Wow, she looks pretty good." That was until I saw the hysterics out of the left and couple of folks on the right.

Now I am wondering why these same folks do not seem to care about Senator Hair Plugs and Botox.

I mean seriously folks, you want to compare????

Do you really want to compare how Governor Palin looks with her pretty and expensive dresses to Senator Biden and his hair plugs and botox???


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