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OK, so it has been drip, drip, drip since we first heard about Ms. Palin.

I feel that we are forgetting to sum total of what we have learned about her in the last two weeks.

Here is a list of what we have learned about her.

Can you add to the list?  Provide links?  I will update as we gather more information.

When we have a complete list (or as complete as it can get), we should distribute it far and wide.

  1. She lied about the bridge to nowhere.  And continues to do so.
  1. She is happy to build the road to nowhere.
  1. She charged the government for travel allowance while she lived at the governor’s mansion.
  1. She wanted to ban booksat the Wasilla public library.
  1. She does not support stem cell research.
  1. She believesdinosaurs roamed the earth 5000 years ago.
  1. She lied about how many countries she has visited.
  1. She lied about her visit to Iraqcombat zone.
  1. She believes victims of rape and incest should be forced to bear the child resulting from that trauma.
  1. She believes rape victims should pay for the cost of the rape kits used to examine them in the hospital.
  1. Her campaign lies about the number of people attending her rallies.
  1. She believes the ability to see Russiafrom a distance of four thousand miles is a foreign-policy qualification.
  1. She does not believe in gay rights.
  1. She supports the crueland abhorrentpractice of air hunting wolves and bears.
  1. She takes the law into her own handsby firing the man who refused to fire her brother-in-law without a proper trial.
  1. She lies about a supposedly malfunctioning teleprompter.
  1. She lied about refusing earmarks.
  1. She believes Iraq was responsiblefor 9/11.
  1. Continues to believe that sex-education is wrong and abstinence only education is correct despite the evidence of her daughter’s unwed pregnancy at the age of 17.
  1. She lied about being a fiscal conservative and about lowering taxes.
  1. Told half-truths about selling state jet on e-bay.

Originally posted to DemFromPit on Tue Sep 16, 2008 at 10:15 AM PDT.

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