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"Every assertion in these sentences is untrue"

I have been reading and hearing this phrase ever since the few pages of Sarah's book were released early. With lot's and lot's of evidence, too.

Sarah's tome of trash is all lies. Blatant lies. And I think that she knows she's lying. Like when on Oprah, she tried to say that then candidate Obama said HIS kids were off limits. In actuality, he said HER kids were off limits. Oprah made her admit it after a few denials.
Palin has gotten as far as she is from lying, using her sex appeal (when it matters, bitching about it when it doesn't help her), whining, blaming and only God knows what else.
And she better stop slamming Levi every chance she gets. That Boy has a lot on poor, pitiful Palin.

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm thankful for Fact-esque and hope everyone here is well.
PS Miss you ERobin.

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