Let’s face it: sometimes, people vote not based on character, policy position, or anything else that might be important or substantial. Sometimes, people vote for a candidate because of the candidates’ fashion sense – as in the case with Sarah Palin.
So, if we were to quantify the price of a vote (in terms of revenue), the total cost of Sarah Palin’s wardrobe, and the variable costs for a voter, we can calculate how many votes Sarah Palin will need to off-set the costs of her Wardrobe. Below is a picture of what that Sarah Palin Wardrobe Break-Even Analysis might look like:
- Note: this post is a parody ” a joke. I’m sure Sarah Palin is a fine human being and I have nothing against her and I wish her the best. But the whole wardrobe thing is a great Sarah Palin Quotes.
- Note: I’m not bashing conservatives (because I am one). I’m just having fun so, before you cast judgment on me, try laughing at the silliness of this post. Let’s face it — this post is silly.
- Note: I’m leaning toward Obama but, honestly, I’m not too excited for him either. In fact, right now, I’m more undecided than anything. I’ve even thought about writing-in some random name — like, Warren Buffet or something.
- Note: Also, if you came to this post to learn more about Break-Even Analysis, please move on. This post doesn’t discuss anything related to finance. But, if you enjoyed this post, you might also enjoy the Sarah Palin Pareto Analysis.
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