All hail Gov. Sarah Sanders.

Looking to serve your state in some official capacity? First, kiss the ring.

The application form you must fill out to be considered for a post on state boards and commissions includes this question: “What is an accomplishment of the Governor’s that you admire the most?”




If you’ve got 500 words ready to go about how much you love Gov. Sarah Sanders, you could be eligible for a post on the state’s dozens of boards.

A book that defines your life only gets half that word count?


Hat tip to former legislator and intrepid tweeter Nate Bell for posting on social media about this ego-tastic Easter egg hidden in the online application form.

Bell would not be caught dead reading this progressive rag, so if you know him, tell him we said thanks.

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