WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) -- Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin is now campaigning nude to protest the 'sexist' criticism she has received over her new $150,000 wardrobe which she received for free.
"As you can see, I am now campaigning nude," a brazen and naked Palin told interviewers on Face the Nation. "I have nothing to hide. I am a truly liberated woman with or without my clothes on."
While network TV carefully censored portions of her anatomy in broadcasts, nude pics of Palin were splashed all over tabloid newspapers.
Palin's nudity aside, the storm over her lavish clothing budget continued as a watchdog group filed a campaign finance complaint against her.
In a filing at the US federal election commission, the group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethical Washington Nudity (Crewn) argue that the GOP violated campaign finance rules when they spent $150,000 on clothes for Palin and her family.
"It is ridiculous that Republicans would spend $150,000 to outfit a vice-presidential nominee and her family at any time, but it is more outrageous given the dire financial straits of so many Americans and the state of our economy," said Melanie Moanergroaner, the executive director of Crewn.
"As if that isn't bad enough, the expenditures violate campaign finance law," she added. "Now Palin has discarded those clothes and is appearing in the spotlights naked in order to distract our attention. What knockers she has! But this isn't right."
In a nude interview with the Chicago Tribune newspaper, Palin suggested that male candidates who dressed sharply for the campaign trail would not have faced the same scrutiny.
The Crewn complaint and Pain's naked campaigning keep the Palin clothes budget scandal on the political agenda at a time when negative press of any kind is damaging the McCain campaign.
John McCain stated after seeing Palin with no clothes on, "OMG, I knew she was hot, but her bod has exceeded all my expectations. I'd love to see her performing in a Vegas strip club next time I go on another gambling binge there."
Palin has received numerous offers from men's magazines for modelling contracts and is said to be giving them "active consideration."
"Why should I give it away for free?" she asked one startled interviewer. "I may as well cash in while my fame lasts."
Fundamentatist Christians have condemned Palin's nakedness.
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