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WOW!!! Another reason to not read the paper or watch the news. This is really gripping information that will definately make a difference in my decision. Why don't you work on REAL stories you bunch of hacks!
Thank you soooo much for this informative hard hitting news worthy story...and you wonder why readership is at an all time low. Good luck in the unemployment line. This must be what Obama's redistro of wealth means.
I am no fan of Palin but come on, she didn't go to the store and spend any money, McCain's handlers did. It is wrong that they spent that much on her clothes but you wrote 'like Palin did', that's not fair. She can make herself look foolish enough without the newspapers writing misleading stories.
either a VERY slow day in the newsroom or just another Strib writer trying to please some biased bosses. Any which way you look at it, a pretty worthless article.
Barack Obama spent 100 Million dollars on negative adds against his opponent. McCain Spent 50 Million, but nobody thinks that is nearly as big a story as that the GOP gave its candidate money to buy clothes. QUIT WASTING MY TIME!
Jean - something tells me the Entertainment section perhaps isn't where one should be looking for 'cutting edge journalism' regarding the upcoming election.
They could have spent $300 at K&G's and she would have had urban appeal.
Not sure why we only care how much Palin spent and not the other men?
I'm always amazed by the number of comments in which readers comments on how much they dislike this paper. If you don't like it, don't read it. Also, this article is in the "Entertainment" section, so what did you expect? The paper doesn't care if you like it, only that you read it and see the ads.
...readership to this paper is down?
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