- Jun 14, 2010
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
Simple question yes or no.
They asked her about it on the news. Can't find it atm, however, but as I recall she denied getting implants. Never ruled out the possibility of a lift, though. I can't say I'd blame her for cosmetic surgery, it's probably the smartest career move she can make, considering her entire political career is based on her looks.Probably not because if she did it would have been all over CNN and MSNBC for a week straight.
Perhaps a few campaign stratagists, as it could be used to call attention to a "fake" public image, and compare to the (of course, equally fake, but they wouldn't say that) "real" public image of her opponent.Yeah but here's a picture of her in the swimsuit competition back when she was in beauty pagents:
She seems to fill out that suit fairly well. I'd say no to the implants.
Geez, what a silly topic. I can't believe I'm commenting on it. Who cares if she did or didn't?
Well, like it or not it, it's a topic pertinent nevertheless. It does matter if she did get plastic surgery and then lied about it, because it speaks to her character. And it is interesting on a meta-discussion level, that this is what politics has come to today. Is this really surprising from the Republican party? They've been picking their candidates based on entirely superficial qualities since Reagan.Geez, what a silly topic. I can't believe I'm commenting on it. Who cares if she did or didn't?
Too true. But this is something most of her supporters, who are impervious to those kind of substantial criticisms, will actually pay attention to. Palin's fans are willing to forgive her for thinking "Africa" is a country, but maybe something salacious like this will get them to take notice of how poisonous she is (not that there is anything wrong with getting implants, but getting them and lying about it, I mean).But why criticize her for something like this when there are plenty of other legitimate reasons to criticize her?
I don't see what's so repulsive about this in particular, although it does signify a decline in the level of political discourse in this country, it's not really anything new. People talk about Charlie Crist's tan all the time, how is this any different? It's American Idol politics.So, like, I don't even like Palin, but seriously, come on. This is actually kinda repulsive. It ain't none of our business, it has exactly nothing to do with anything of importance, and it makes those of us who do criticize Palin look stupid, because you know that a month from now we are going to hear about liberals speculating on Palin's boobs.
Yeah, if she'd been to the, what, 2 plastic surgeons in Alaska we would have known ALL about it - they dug a little and released pregnancy related records.She says no. I believe her. Besides, the way the media tracks her every move, do you think she'd be able to make an appointment, keep it, and it wouldn't be all over MSNBC?
The expert has spoken.Yeah, if she'd been to the, what, 2 plastic surgeons in Alaska we would have known ALL about it - they dug a little and released pregnancy related records.
And you can't tell by looking at photos, anyway - for a few reasons: #1: her baby wasn't very old when she entered the limelight - natural breast alternation happens during/before/after/months after bearing and birth. #2: Padded bras, wonder bras, sports bras - all alter the way your breasts appear. . . you can't compare the picture of her in a jogging suit likely wearing a sports bra with a picture of her in a white tee and then say "oh yeah, implants!"
This issue is ridiculous.
On that note - her globes are about the only decent asset she possesses.