August 29th, 2008

Sophia and Sarah: separated at birth?



13 Responses to “Sophia and Sarah: separated at birth?”

  1. Needham Mom Says:

    I do *love* her glasses! :)

  2. David L. Says:

    For some odd reason, the pictures of Governor Palin remind me of older images of the singer Nana Mouskouri, “the girl in the glasses.”

  3. GRETA Says:

    She’s beautiful and she’s a W-O-M-A-N.

    (oh, and did I mention smart and articulate?)

  4. TSOL Says:

    I was thinking Dr. Jennifer Melfi…

  5. Cappy Says:


    Try Tina Fey.

  6. GRETA Says:

    She also looks like Elaine from Seinfeld

  7. GRETA Says:

  8. wickedpinto Says:

    People have been comparing her, not her hair, her, to Tina Fay.

    In YOUR picture, I see Mariska Hargitay.

  9. Obi's Sister Says:

    In that bottom picture, she reminds me of Mariska Hargitay.

  10. anne Says:

    She really does look like Mariska Hargitay – I’ve been pointing it out to people all day. And her husband’s pretty nice to look at, too. It’s going to be a visually appealing two months.

  11. Happy Boy Says:

    I see a combination of Mariska Hartigay, Sophia Loren, and Giada De Laurentiis.

  12. oryx Says:

    I say an older Britney Spears but with brain switched to the “ON” position.

    If women will supposedly be inclined to vote for Obama because of his apparent virility, what will men think of Mrs Palin in the voting booth? I think a lot of women voted for Clinton because of his “sexiness”– does the principle work in reverse?

  13. nojunk Says:

    Are you kidding? She looks nothing at all like Sophia Loren! In her dreams! I do see a smidgen of Mariska Hartigay, however.

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