SARAH, FROM OUR FASHION ARCHIVES . . . | A Damsel in Distress

Sunday, July 5, 2009

SARAH, FROM OUR FASHION ARCHIVES . . .

Posted By on Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 12:16 PM

"You must remember this, /
A diss is still a diss, /
A lie is still a lie. /
The fundamental things apply /
As Time goes by."
_______________________

When you first donned this look for
last fall's catchy cover of "Inviting Wasilla," we considered staging an intervention, then realized you were already too far gone (in Alaska plus your head), and what Betty Ford offered was too little, too late.

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We are thrilled about your lucrative book deal for your "tell-all" autobiography in time for Mothers' Day 2010.

We've pre-ordered twenty copies, certain America's first 3D Pop-Up tome by a losing delusional Veep contender will someday be a Must-Have collectible on eBay!

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