Sarah Palin is also trademarking her name

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Not too long ago, we told you about how sexy Russian spy Anna Chapman registered her name as a trademark. Now it's come to light that the opposite of her, hideous American patriot Sarah Palin, also decided to get her name trademarked.

According to Politics Daily, this isn't some sort of bizarre Cold War-y retaliation; Sarah's actually been plotting this for some time. In fact, it's a mother-daughter activity — Bristol is trademarking her name too: 

The Palins both applied for trademarks in the fall. If the applications go through, Sarah Palin's name would be a registered trademark in the areas of "information about political elections," "providing a website featuring information about political issues," and "educational and entertainment services … providing motivational speaking services in the field of politics, culture, business and values." Meanwhile, Bristol, the Brand would apply to "educational and entertainment services, namely, providing motivational speaking services in the field of life choices."

It's true what they say: the family that trademarks together, stays together. Perhaps to safeguard the White House, Obama should trademark "President of the United States." He'd make a good POTUS™ anyway.