There’s one thing anyone can walk away from thinking when reading Sarah Palin’s list of stores that totaled $150,000, she wasn’t shopping for one. That’s the subject I want to bring up because hey, she’s down in the polls and she doesn’t have to give the clothes back. She gets to keep them. So why not get items for the whole family? It’s not against the law. She’s not spending taxpayer money. She’s spending Republican National Committee money.
It’s absolutely impossible to believe that a hockey mom from Wasilla, Alaska put together a wardrobe that totals up to $150,000. Other bloggers, namely Amy Odell posits that it’s not in the realm of the absurd that she could spend $150,000, but it doesn’t past the smell test and so it is a wasteful spend of money.
Knowing that she truly walks the walk and talks the talk, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that her husband was treated to an item or two. The kids saw in the $150,000 as well. If one were to do an itemized breakdown of stores where one could blow $150,000 well there’s Nieman, Saks, Bergdorf’s, Bloomingdales, the myriad of designer shops lining 5th and Madison avenues. There’s no end to where you could blow $150,000.
But in the spirit of spreading the wealth and this is just only supposition so take it for what it is worth, the husband and kids got in on the action.