Sarah Palin love to accessorize ?

Sarah Palin is very unconventional and that may go down very well with her supporters. As a general rule, a politician’s appearance shouldn’t be distracting. Men don’t have much choice and don’t stray from suits and ties for public appearances, occasionally dispensing with the tie and jacket for informal events.

Women in politics tend to chose neutral attire and avoid too many adornments.

Betty McCollum
Condoleezza Rica
Maria Cantwell
Michele Bachmann
Stephanie Herseth
Valerie Jarrett
Elisabeth Warren
Jennifer Granholm
Nikki Haley
Gabby Giffords
Hillary Clinton
Kirsten Gillibrand
Kay Bailey-Hutchison
Susan Rice

A political celebrity who’s still considering a presidential run makes very different choices from the women shown above. If she managed to get to the White House, foreign leaders would have to be excused for being unable to pay attention to the actual topics in their discussions with the new leader of the free world …

People dress for the job and women politicians prefer to have a businesslike, unfussy image. Sarah Palin wears layer upon layer of “meaningful” jewellery … I suppose she has to let her adornments do the talking.

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This collection contains over 24,000 e-mails from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s administration and was obtained in June 2011, more than two and a half years after the public records request for these materials. Crivella West, at its own expense, converted the paper copies of the e-mails produced back into searchable digital copies and made the digital copies available to the public without charge. In addition, Crivella West has provided analytical tools to organize the documents to help users uncover information of interest. Crivella West is continuing its collaboration with msnbc.com, Mother Jones and Pro Publica. Follow the story on: http://msnbc.msn.com/id/43281157/

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