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Who said “Sara Palin is a Whore!”?

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Thursday, March 25, 2010

How dare you!

“For the desire of money is the root of all evils; which some coveting have erred from the faith, and have entangled themselves in many sorrows.” 1 Timothy 6:10 (DRV)

You either do it for love, or for money. If you do it for money, that makes you a…

prostitute |ˈprästəˌt(y)oōt|
noun – a person, typically a woman, who engages in sexual activity for payment.
• figurative a person who misuses their talents or who sacrifices their self-respect for the sake of personal or financial gain : careerist political prostitutes.
verb – they prostituted their art betray, sacrifice, sell, sell out, debase, degrade, demean, devalue, cheapen, lower, shame, misuse, pervert; abandon one’s principles (at the expense of).

whore |hôr|
noun derogatory – a prostitute.
• a promiscuous woman.
verb [ intrans. ]
(of a woman) work as a prostitute : she spent her life whoring for dangerous men.
• [often as n. ] ( whoring) (of a man) use the services of prostitutes : he lived by night, indulging in his two hobbies, whoring and eating.
• debase oneself by doing something for unworthy motives, typically to make money : he had never whored after money.

She’s taking the money. That’s what she’s talked about, that’s what I’m gathering, and I think that’s what she’s doing.
– Levi Johnston, Palin’s almost son-in-law, finacé of daughter Bristol Palin and father of Palin’s grandson

“Interest in her is so high that a fan recently paid $63,500 to have dinner with her.

Palin “revealed that HarperCollins had paid her a $1.25 million “retainer” sometime between January 1 and July 26, the day she stepped down as Alaska governor. Oprah Winfrey has her booked on her show next Monday.” News Corp owned HarperCollins book deal reported worth between $7-11MILLION ($1.25 advance + 2 add’l pmts each between $2.5-5M)

Speaking fee – $100,000
• Sarah Palin has signed with The Washington Speakers Bureau. Speaker fees can fun into the millions. As for the former Governor the site says: Travels from: Alaska; Call WSB for Fee / Fees vary based on event location, Contact WSB

Palin’s Nashville Tea Party Convention contract required her to be paid $100,000 for speaking, and included $18,000 for private jet travel for her entourage. Shreeve sad Palin’s contract specified what type of private jet she insisted upon for the Nashville trip. “It was like, she had to have this or that size plane. It was like when a rock star comes to town, the contract was that detailed.”” – Tea Party Convention Organizer Sued Over ‘Rock Star’ Palin’s Speaker’s Fee – 3/24/10 at 6:23 PM

Sarah Palin realilty show on Discovery $1,200,000 per episode
Eight episodes of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” have been ordered from “Survivor” producer Mark Burnett, with a price tag of over $1 million per episode. She and Mark Burnett, who will be the series’ executive producer, promoted the show around Hollywood. The TV show demonstrates she is gravitating to the television stage. Two months ago she signed a multi-million, multi-year “Paid Contributor Pact” with News Corp’s Fox News Channel. Bob Barnett, the well-known Washington literary agent, also represented Ms. Palin in her negotiations with Discovery, and negotiated a lucrative book deal for Ms. Palin last year.

The Republican National Committee spent more than $150,000 to clothe and accessorize Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family.
– Saks Fifth Avenue in St. Louis and New York from early September for a combined $49,425.74.
– Neiman Marcus in Minneapolis, including one early September $75,062.63 spree.
– RNC spent $4,716.49 on hair and makeup through September
– Barney’s New York ($789.72) and Bloomingdale’s New York ($5,102.71).
– Macy’s in Minneapolis, another store Twin Cities three separate payments totaling $9,447.71.
– Atelier, a high-class shopping destination for men, early September $4,902.45
– Pacifier, a high-priced baby store for the littlest Palin to join the campaign trail, $196

SarahPAC – $2,132,117 (contributions to federal candidates -$10,000)
Legal Defense fund – $250,000

quitter |ˈkwitər|
noun [usu. with negative ] informal
a person who gives up easily or does not have the courage or determination to finish a task

Quit – Chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Commission 2004
Quit – Alaska governor 2009

Early estimates put Sarah Palin’s midterm-resignation cost to Alaska taxpayers as Governor a minimum of $40,000, not including the special legislative session partly directly linked to her departure.

Quitting for the stated reason that you can’t get anything done in your job, and because you can’t endure the criticism you’re receiving, and then cashing in – in order to make a lot of money – is not a good resume with which to run for president of the United States.
– David Frum, speechwriter George W. Bush

I am “deeply disappointed that the governor has decided to abandon the state and her constituents before her term has concluded.
– Sen Lisa Murkowski, AK (R)

Sarah Palin “closed a chapter in Alaska politics on a very weird and bizarre note. Friends or foes alike would have never thought that she would be a quitter, but that’s what she did today.
– Tony Knowles, former Alaska Governor

I don’t know of anyone who has successfully and voluntarily pulled themselves out of political office and been able to leverage that into more political success.
– Congressman Steve King, IA (R)

If it gets too hot in the kitchen, she is liable to quit. I don’t think she was put under any more scrutiny with the media than I was as an independent. My children were attacked in Minnesota. Everything I did was put under the microscope. But the point is, you don’t quit. When you make an obligation and you take an oath, doesn’t it mean anything anymore?
– Jesse Ventura, former Minnesota Governor (I)

rogue |rōg|
noun
1 a dishonest or unprincipled man : you are a rogue and an embezzler.
• a person whose behavior one disapproves of but who is nonetheless likable or attractive (often used as a playful term of reproof) : Cenzo, you old rogue!
synonyms: a rogue without ethics scoundrel, villain, miscreant, reprobate, rascal, good-for-nothing, ne’er-do-well, wretch; informal rat, dog, louse, crook; dated cad; archaic blackguard, picaroon, knave.)

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