Meet Kate Gosselin, Super Mom. The only thing missing is a strong man supporting her, but that isn't deterring Sarah Palin from naming her the 2010 Feminist of the Year. It is also not deterring Palin's strong political allies, Christine O'Donnell and Michele Bachmann from standing behind Gosselin and admiring her courage in the face of overwhelming odds to raise eight kids alone. In fact, they love Gosselin so much, they've re-formulated their acronym from BOP (Bachmann, O'Donnell and Palin) to GOP and B (Gossselin, O'Donnell, Palin and Bachmann).
Gosselin is hoping this latest endorsement of her coping skills will net her a prime place at the head of the Republican/Christian single men's most desirable female list. "I just think it's time to put myself out there for all the right guys to see what a catch I am," said Gosselin in accepting the endorsement. "In fact, if I didn't have eight kids, I, myself, would probably run for a senate seat. Those girls make it look so easy," she said of Palin, O'Donnell and Bachmann. "Right now, I have one goal only," said Gosselin with that knowing smile, "and if I told you what it was, I'd probably not be sentator material."
Meanwhile, Jon Gosselin, upon hearing the news, laughed out loud. "Sure, go ahead guys, have at it. You want a strong woman? You'll not find one stronger-willed that is," he said."Try going out of town on business trips, not taking out the trash, wanting some personal time when every available moment you have is taking care of the eight kids she so lovingly describes as angels, while Kate is out having her tushie waxed, her nails strengthened, and her weave re-woven. Come to think of it, she'd make a perfect senator."