From the moment Sarah Palin stepped on the national stage she aligned herself with unwed mothers,
and the disabled.
Now she has become the champion, and outspoken defender of towel charm entrepreneurs.
It seems Karen Pence, the wife of Mick Pence, Trump’s choice for Vice President, is a towel charm entrepreneur. Many media sources have written cynical reports about the “business” of selling towel charms, suggesting that this is a trivial business. Some have been harsh in their criticism, suggesting that the towel charm is the solution to a problem that only exists in the mind of a “lunatic.”
Sarah Palin, the defender of the entrepreneurial spirit of Karen, went on the attack. She said:
“Belittling an entrepreneurial spirit got us into the mess we’re in with dependency on a failed, bankrupt government.
“Big-government libs love the cycle of dependency because with it comes control of those who are dependent.”
“Good for those who do what it takes to independently make a living.”
“Leftists condemning women entrepreneurs owning their own businesses and parents holding down more than one job to provide for family?
Palin missed the point. Karen Pence is not “independently making a living” selling towel charms. Karen is not “holding down more than one job to provide for her family.”
The business of towel charms is so insignificant that Mike Pence’s wife shut down the business within 24 hours of Trump’s announcement of Mike as his running mate. Obviously it was Republicans who thought this business would be a liability, or…at best…a distraction.
I went to the towelcharm.com web site, and says the business is currently “on hold.” Thank God the towel charm business has only been put on hold. If, and when Trump loses the election, towel charms may become wildly popular with Republican women.
If Trump loses the election there might be new charms added to the collection. In the past you were limited to charms…like this one.
After Trump’s loss there might be new charms added to the selection.
What is particularly ironic about the “That’s My Charm Business” is that it is such a contrast in the image portrayed by Donald and Melania Trump.
Consider the clothes and appearance of the two women:
Consider the image of wealth advertised by the Donald.
Consider the image of Mike and Karen Pence.
It’s not that there is anything wrong with Karen, or her towel charm business. Karen and her towel charms simply highlight all that is wrong with Donald Trump.