Sarah Palin wasn’t invited to the GOP convention this year, but RNC delegates are more than happy to watch a Palin look-alike strip for them.
The adult film actress, who has been making bank from her Palin resemblance since 2008, is best known to mainstream audiences from her role as Serra Paylin in the political porn parody Who’s Nailin’ Paylin?.
A dental assistant by trade, Ann arrived in Tampa over the weekend to perform a GOP-themed strip show at Thee DollHouse strip club on N. Westshore Blvd. [...]
According to the New York Post, the raunchy rally’s attendees responded to the political striptease with approving hoots.
As for who those attendees were, at least one Thee DollHouse employee insists some were in town for the RNC.
“The main people I’m seeing is Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.,” Tiffany Mitchell, who checks IDs at the door, told the Tampa Bay Times.
I don’t blame them for not inviting Sarah Palin to speak at the convention, but this seems like confirmation that Palin was never accepted as a legitimate representative of the party. She was, in the words of Rich “sat up a little straighter on the couch” Lowry, just eye-candy.
Meanwhile, women who are attending the RNC have been invited to visit the “Woman Up Pavilion.”
In case the female Republicans in Tampa for the GOP convention aren’t feeling quite glamorous enough to listen to policy platforms, conservative group YG Network has created a pop-up salon near the convention hall that promises to help them “woman up.”
While the men of the GOP gear up to talk policy, debate the merits of their platform, and listen to speeches about the Republican vision for America, the women can stop by Young Guns Network’s “Woman Up Pavilion” for hair and makeup touch ups while cable news plays in the background.
Because to be a real woman, apparently your hair and makeup needs to be perfect before you watch Romney and Ryan detail their plans to obliterate the social contract and enact harsh new restrictions on women’s reproductive rights.
No word on whether or not there’s also a “Man Up Pavilion.”
Also — “Young Guns” is still a thing?