A disgruntled former Sarah Palin-aide — which, by the way, is the absolute best kind of former Sarah Palin-aide — has a new angry loud voice book about the half-term governor which he cannot get published, but, probably because it is written by a disgruntled former Sarah Palin-aide, is making headlines nonetheless…
A new memoir from an embittered former aide [Frank Bailey] to Sarah Palin includes a trove of emails that vividly illustrate her intense focus on image and depiction in the media.
The emails, apparently from the former Alaska governor, portray Palin as nearly obsessed with her political adversaries and consumed with every slight, real or perceived…
The still-unpublished manuscript, obtained by POLITICO, reveals Palin, as a candidate for governor, penning letters-to-the-editor in praise of herself, to be sent under other names. It blames the candidate for inflaming, rather than ignoring, scurrilous rumors. And it quotes her pledging to avoid appearing on any network other than Fox News, referring to the rest as "the bad guys."
Quite frankly, I'm not surprised this book hasn't been sold.
A more shocking tell-all book would have been one that claimed that she didn't do all that stuff. Though, that would most likely be stretching credulity a bit thin.
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