Alaska governor Sarah Palin quickly became the object of such attention when Senator John McCain selected her as his running mate for the presidential election. The image displayed above, of a bikini-wearing, rifle-toting Sarah Palin, began circulating on the Internet within days of the announcement that she had been tapped for the vice-presidential spot on the Republican ticket. Another widely circulated photograph was this putative pose of Sarah Palin in a short skirt and high heels which was also fashioned as a Playboy magazine cover :.
A name doing the rounds everywhere on the Internet, newspapers, and television channels, Sarah Palin is a name to reckon with. Sarah Palin has many firsts to her credit and has an interesting history. She was once upon a participant in the Miss Alaska contest, and even went on to secure the second place.
The hotel heiress has offered a spot of fashion advice to the Republican vice-presidential nominee. Why wear a pantsuit when you can wear a swimsuit? Hilton has launched a tongue-in-cheek bid for the US presidency.
Give that to Governor Sarah Palinand perhaps a good deal more. She electrified the delegates in the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Wednesday night, priming them—at last—to accept John McCain not as the suspect, maverick, Kennedy-coddling wild-card they had resisted for so long, but as the nominee for whom she herself had vouched.
The Hilton lobby was a sort of amphitheatre, which could be accessed via the upper stands, while below, a collection of fifteen box offices served as check-in desks. The wafer-coloured doors, the copper banisters, the fake Persian rugs and precisely that odd amphitheatre shape seemed to conceal the fact that all of this had at one time been a college-sized basketball arena. But, if so, how to explain my childhood memory of the hotel in The Streets of San Francisco?
Since as a strong nominee for Vice President, she also emerged as one of the most stylish and perfectly dressed female politicians. Her dresses depicted some serious styles and trends. It was the first time any female Politician got immensely famous for her style and clothing choices.
In a Sept. New research suggests the Cato Institute research fellow was right. In a paper just published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychologypsychologists Nathan Heflick and Jamie Goldenberg of the University of South Florida describe an experiment they conducted shortly after Wilkinson wrote those words. They took a group of undergraduates and assigned them to write a few lines about one of two celebrities: Palin or actress Angelina Jolie.
Sex appeal: For some supporters, Sarah Palin's pencil skirts and her runners' legs are as important as her Tea Party politics. According to the chairman of the conservative cable channel, it's not because of her policy experience as governor of Alaska. Nor her tea party politics.
I was struck at Thursday night's premiere of Game Change at Washington's Newseum -- usually home to policy conferences and studies of the history of news -- that Julianne Moore, in her Tom Ford velvet green dress cut down to her navel, has come to epitomize glamorous women in politics. She's not alone. Many other women on both sides of the aisle have that quality, though maybe not quite to the extent of Palin. Kirsten Gillibrand; former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, even former congresswoman Gabby Giffords -- all attracted massive amounts of TV time; all are beautiful women.