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She's conferring with Donald Trump

If that doesn't sum it up, I don't know what would.

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"I'll take Principles for $100, Alex."
The tour [which made an unannounced stop at Trump Tower],according to Palin's website, is designed "to educate and energize Americans about our nation's founding principles, in order to promote the fundamental restoration of America."

"What are greed*, bad hair*, and denigration of the lower classes*?"

*The 'expires in 1803' clause of the Constitution.
*Seen those wigs? And Gil Stuart was a friend of theirs!
*Anyone not free, white, male, property owners- or apprentices.
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Did you hear about their pizza lunch?

Trump decided to take her out for some "real New York pizza" but the place they went to is a national chain that's found in airports and is owned by Armenians. And apparently Trump ate his slice with a knife and fork. That prompted Jon Stewart to demand to see Trump's long-form birth certificate since nobody born in New York would have ever done that.

And if she really didn't want the press following her, she wouldn't be traveling around in a bus with her name painted on the side of it.

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Wonderful! And in his private moments, Stewart admits

the life is better than art! Laugh

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