The Two Faces of Sarah Palin

The First Ten Lies from Going Rogue

 

HOME | RICHARD M. SCAIFE | DICK ARMEY | DAN BURTON
PAT ROBERTSON | ADOLPH COORS | JAMES DOBSON | TOM DELAY | CHRISTIAN RECONSTRUCTIONISTS
GEORGE W. BUSH UNOFFICIAL PAGE

John McCain

John McCain

Presented by the Religious Freedom Coalition of the Southeast

John McCain

John McCain

Donate $20 or more and receive a professional 22 + page Horoscope. To Donate by Credit Card click on the Button Below

Thank You for Whatever you can do.


 

If she is afraid to stand in the light, in her own nation, and unwilling to withstand the news medias questions; if she is afraid to express openly her message; is it not a sign of great weakness and lack of self esteem on her part? How will she be able to stand on the world stage and speak, express, and defend, the Nation she claims to represent?
    
And -"If she needs to write her 'core values' on her hand, how 'core' are those values?"

The First Ten Lies from Going Rogue  

excerpts from an article Posted on huffingtonpost.com on November 13, 2009

Excerpts from Sarah Palin's Going Rogue have been released by several news agencies and other sources who have received advanced copies. Here are the first ten lies from Palin's memoirs:

  1. The Cover Byline: Palin didn't write the book by herself. Most books with known ghostwriters list their co-author's name on the cover. In this case it was Lynn Vincent. Going Rogue does not.

     

  2. The Subtitle: An American Life. Aside from her infancy, Palin has really spent very little time outside of Alaska, and according to John McCain's campaign advisors, was shockingly unfamiliar with American geography and American history. "Alaska," as John McPhee noted in his resplendent Coming Into the Country, "is a foreign country...Its nature is its own." 2009-11-13-goingroguea.jpg

     

  3. Going Rogue features Palin's obsession with Katie Couric and characterizes the CBS anchor as "badgering." Palin refused to prep for the Couric interview because she was more concerned about her popularity in Alaska than about what was best for the campaign. Was it really badgering to ask what books or periodicals Palin read? Palin further claims that Couric suffered from low self-esteem. In fact, according to those close to Palin, it's the former governor who suffers from low self-esteem and frequently projects that onto other women.

     

  4. Palin asserts that there was a "jaded aura" around McCain's political advisors once she entered the campaign. In fact, McCain's aides bent over backwards to protect Palin and to try to get her up to speed on international affairs. In addition to not knowing whether or not Africa was a continent, according to sources in the McCain campaign, Palin also didn't understand the difference between England and Great Britain. And much, much more.

     

  5. Palin contends to have been saddled with legal bills of more than $500,000 resulting from what she calls "frivolous" ethics complaints filed against her. The lion's share of those bills resulted from the ethics complaint she filed against herself in a legal maneuver to sidestep the Troopergate charges being brought against her by the bipartisan Alaska Legislative Council.

     

  6. Palin rather astonishingly claims that she was saddled with $50,000 in bills for the legal fees associated with her vice-presidential vetting. A) She was not vetted; B) A McCain campaign advisor says this is "categorically untrue."

     

  7. Palin states that she found out only "minutes" before John McCain's concession speech that she would not be allowed to make remarks of her own introducing McCain. In fact, she had been told at least three times that she would not be allowed to give the speech and kept lying about it in the hopes of creating some last-minute chaos that would allow her to assume the dais.

     

  8. Palin asserts that her effort to award a license for a natural gas transmission line was turning a "pipe dream" into a pipeline. Although she claimed otherwise in her speech at the GOP convention, there is no pipeline. It remains a pipe dream.

     

  9. Palin implies that the McCain campaign intentionally bungled the release of information regarding her daughter Bristol's pregnancy and refused to let her rewrite it. In fact, the McCain campaign allowed her to rework the draft, but the original version went out accidentally. Palin reportedly accepted the recalcitrant staff member's apology for the mistake, then when she left, ordered her immediately dismissed of her duties.

     

  10. Palin complains that McCain's senior advisors, most notably Steve Schmidt, forced her to "stick with the script" they provided her. In fact, Schmidt & Co. were encumbered with the task of keeping Palin from lying and misleading people throughout the campaign, from her well-documented lies about the "Bridge to Nowhere" to her duplicities about her husband Todd's assocation with the Alaska Independence Party. Palin's lying to those in the McCain campaign was so troubling to them that they cringed every time she went "off script."

And that's just for starters

Award-winning writer and filmmaker Geoffrey Dunn's book The Lies of Sarah Palin: The Untold Story Behind Her Relentless Quest for Power will be released by St. Martin's Press in spring 2010.
 

SARAH PALIN - THE LIAR OF THE CENTURY

SEE SARAH PALINS BABY GATE SCANDAL

SARAH PALIN: TROOPER GATE SCANDAL

SARAH PALIN AND HER ETHICS COMPLAINTS

SARAH PALIN: FIRST TEN LIES

SARAH PALIN: MORE LIES

SARAH PALIN EARMARKS

IS SARAH PALIN TOTALLY NUTS!

CLICK ON TITLES BELOW FOR HER OTHER GATES:

Troopergate
Prisongate
Legal Fund
Ethics
Religiongate
Expenses
Housegate
Wasilla
Dairygate
Pebble mine
Wildlife
Environment
Lawsuits
Babygate
Alaska Natives
Civil rights
Race
Government
Big oil
Alaska Independence Party
Indifference
Special needs
Education
Cronies
Victims
Family

 

 

 

Back to the Home Page.

There have been visitors to this page since January 1, 2008

McCain book of shadows

For information on all individuals and organizations listed in this website, or the name of a contact person in your area that can give you further information on the Religious Freedom Coalition of the Southeast, or the First Amendment Coalition, contact us at rfcse@hotmail.com . Let us hear from you!

You may call also call us at 000-000-0000 If you access our voice mail, we will call you back collect if long distance.

Or, you can write to us at: RFCSE, P.O. Box 673206, Marietta, GA 30006-0036