Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Chopping Up a Manuscript

So far, this is what we have on a lying manuscript about Sarah Palin that Frank Bailey and Jeanne "Mudflaps" Devon have been trying to pitch for the last 18 months:

Stacy McCain on Frank Bailey

"Must be nice to get your book proposal promoted by Politico, you worthless two-faced backstabbing crapweasel."

Governor Palin in response to a stupid article on Wonkette resulting from the manuscript:
On a side note, there’s always buzz about fake Sarah Palin Facebook and Twitter accounts. Please know that this is my only authentic Facebook account and SarahPalinUSA is my only authentic Twitter account. Pay no attention to the fake accounts and their fake messages.
I love it when she handles our light work for us.

Trouble in Paradise: Bailey and Company Blame Creepy Joe for Leaking Manuscript

Even the Center-Left Business Insider Concedes Governor Palin “Has Nothing to Fear” From Bailey’s Manuscript

Frank Bailey and Extremist Jeanne Devon Fail to Produce One E-Mail From Governor Palin that Directly Contradicts Her Statements Under Oath Regarding Troopergate

Frank Bailey and Extremist Jeanne Devon Fail To Provide Any Substantiated Evidence that Governor Palin Coordinated with the RGA in 2006

Remember what Rob Harrison told us. Look for the smoke machine.
we need to find ways to make another point to the electorate: watch the smoke. Watch the smoke and realize that it keeps changing—the color and direction are never the same twice. The storylines keep shifting, new accusations keep being made—often contradicting previous accusations. One might start to wonder if all this smoke is in fact coming from the Caterpillar‘s famed hookah, given the way it seems to enable one to believe six (mutually) impossible things before breakfast. Watch the smoke and realize it’s all implication, allegation, suggestion, prediction, and third-hand claims; realize that for all the smoke, no one has yet actually found any fire. Watch the smoke, and learn the real lesson: when there’s a little smoke, or a fair bit of smoke, yes, there’s probably a fire; but when the smoke just keeps on billowing by without a hint of a spark or any cinders on the breeze, stop expecting a fire—and look for the smoke machine.
Guys, she's running for president. They are not going to stop because they are scared to death of her. Which version of Sarah Palin are you going to believe?

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