Palin Aide & Tell-all

May 23, 2011 by USA Post 

Palin Aide & Tell-allPalin Aide & Tell-all, Former Palin aide Frank Bailey has written a tell-all book, which comes out tomorrow. Let’s look at what is going to reveal. According to the AP, the blind loyalty to Sarah Palin: A Memoir of Our tumultuous years include the following goodies: Palin got help from the Republican Governors Association for her campaign for governor, although this is against the rules. Bailey describes her journey in a hotel “over and over and over” to get a good shot for an ad RGA. An early preview of her life reality show?
She was totally bored with the governor and said that in February 2009 – six months before her actual resignation – he had “quit tomorrow if we find the right excuse.
Always was canceling things. Bailey writes,

Sarah Getting to meetings and events was like nailing jelly to a tree. In the election campaign and as governor, Sarah went through at least ten programmers, with the one that lasts more than a few months. Nobody wanted the job because they may fail to honor Sarah, at the last minute, the smallest compromises and excuses for it became a painful burden.

If none of these shells appear dramatic, it is partly because Bailey’s book has already been filtered, so the hotel’s history, among others, common knowledge. But in general, few people will be surprised at this point to know that Palin was a coward who often fails to meet commitments. And her political star has fallen since 2009 – Bailey’s book now seems about to topple not a “queen on a horse” (which is apparently saw her when she entered politics in Alaska), but the heap of scorn on someone few people still see as a serious presidential candidate. This is a relief because a Palin presidency would be so terrible, but due to rumors Palin has become incredibly boring. Palin has fed into this by wrapping their own books in secret and overreacting to all the criticism, but our own appetites for dirt on everything from real parentage of Trig Palin’s marital problems “is partly to blame. In way, Palin asked to be a soap opera when she raises the whole family out to reality shows. But the Americans look out your windows long before that, and everything we’ve seen is a woman who wants power and no is terribly interested in the job. Hopefully now that Bailey’s book confirms what many of us have suspected, we can finally stop looking.

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