Probably his last visit to Nebraska I hate beginning a conversation about this gifted comedy writer by identifying her through her marriage, but it’s because she’s married to Kerrey that her funny essay for this month’s Vogue magazine has generated a scorching round of headlines by the willfully clueless: Bob Kerrey is running to regain his old seat, but a Vogue magazine essay by his wife Sarah Paley right is proving something of an obstacle. How will I stump? It’s possible, for example, that someday soon, when I’m watching my husband’s speech for the th time, I’ll swoon like a boy-band groupie, but I’ll be thinking, “When the heck is PBS going to run the third season of ‘Downton Abbey’? Sometimes even when we do show up, our minds are elsewhere.
Now that really is “a good thing,” as I have a habit of getting all feminist-y, except when I’m writing about our dog. After all, they sent her left-wing husband to congress for how many years? I hope I can trust you with this small confession. I do not own a pantsuit, pearls or an American flag lapel pin. Connie Schultz is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and an essayist for Parade magazine. She is the author of two books, including “
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Verify you are human. She also joked about trying to orchestrate a sex scandal to end his campaign. Oh, and she claims to be intensely private — all the while posing in designer duds. I am not even a social animal. Nobody makes us do anything.
Bob Kerrey is running to regain his old seat, but a Vogue magazine essay by his wife Sarah Paley right is proving something of an obstacle.
He didn’t have to fool everyone who voted for him. Gee, I am a Connecticut Yankee who found the pro-life billboards and deer carcasses to be part of the attraction of the midwest, and moved there. Oh, and take note, Cornhuskers: We so-called political wives are all grown up, and like any loving wife, we pick our battles.
I hope you are right; but never underestimate the power of stupid voters in large numbers. Is this Paley being funny? Guess she thinks huskers are too dumb to read Vogue. When it comes to customs and roles and so on, the political culture is still half stuck in the s. I’d rather go down the river with 7 studs than with a hundred shitheads.
My understanding of the statement is she does not like football as a sport.
Sarah Paley’s Vogue essay causes a stir – POLITICO
But Sarah Paley, the wife of Bob Kerrey, who’s running for his old Senate seat representing Nebraska, didn’t help her husband’s campaign with the piece she just penned for Vogue. Proud Nebraskans will have the last laugh on Election Eve.
If your theories fly in the face of reality, it’s not reality that’s wrong. Excerpt Read more at washingtonpost. I bet a significant percentage of “cornhuskers” agree with her. I love the South. I do not own a pantsuit, pearls or an American flag lapel pin,” Palley writes. Now that really is “a good thing,” as I have a habit of getting all feminist-y, except when I’m writing about our dog.
Bob Kerrey’s comedy-writer wife pens essay for Vogue, but not everyone is laughing
I first found out about Paley’s essay after Pema Levy, a talented young reporter for Talking Points Memocalled to talk about it. After all, they sent sarag left-wing husband to congress for how many years?
July 11, 7 min read. No one ever told me my writing should be “a good thing” for my husband’s campaign.
If We’re Lucky, Political Wife Sarah Paley Will Blog, Too
According to the Omaha World-HeraldPaley is living in Manhattan with the couple’s year old son, Henry, while her husband is esssay the campaign trail back home. Hojczyk Gee, I am a Connecticut Yankee who found the pro-life billboards and deer carcasses to be part of the attraction of the midwest, and moved there. She also jokingly invited friends to have an affair with bogue husband to knock him out of the race. My idea of a good time is when people cancel.
Classic way to cut the legs out from under your spouse. The essay, which ran with a photo of its author wearing Manolo Blahniks, appears to have divided Nebraskans.