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Palin, your duplicity knows no bounds!

Sarah Palin’s lied about a lot of stuff: saying “thanks but no thanks” to the Bridge to Nowhere, claiming that she loves to read the Economist a few days after completely drawing a blank when Couric asked her what she reads, saying Obama “pals around with terrorists” – Bill Ayers is only one person…

But her latest stunt really crosses the line. Now she’s talking out of both sides of her mouth when it comes to BASEBALL!!

Sarah Palin in New Hampshire last night:

Ms. Palin visited Salem, N.H. Wednesday night and said she looked forward to watching Senator John McCain debate Senator Barack Obama “right here, in the heart of Red Sox Nation.” Ms. Palin said that “Red Sox fans know how to turn an underdog into a victor,” a timely applause line given that the Sox trail the Tampa Bay Rays three-games-to-one in the best-of-seven American League Championship Series.

Sarah Palin in Florida last week:

“How about those Tampa Bay Rays?” Ms. Palin said after the Rays defeated the Chicago White Sox.

“You know what that tells me? It tells me that the people in this area know a little something about turning an underdog into a victor.”

FOR SHAME Palin!! We haven’t seen such a blatant display of self-serving baseball talk since Hillary Clinton magically became a Yankees fan right before she ran for Senate. Or possibly John Kerry’s shoutout to “Manny Ortez.”

Politicians, stay away from baseball! Unless you’re Barack Obama and you feel like putting Cubs fans on blast again, that was hilarious. Silly Cubs fans.

[NYTIMES CAUCUS blog]

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About Alpine McGregor
Just like you, man. I got the shotgun, you got the briefcase. All in the game, though, right?

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