Hey, I just spent $3.49 on a copy of the September 15 National Enquirer so you don't have to. I was curious if the print story had more details about Sarah Palin's alleged affair.
Here's what it says on this subject (leaving out other salacious gossip about her daughter's pregnancy and such):
Sarah Palin is hoping to unite America as John McCain's vice president, but her own family is divided in a vicious war that is exposing her darkest secrets and threatens to destroy her political career.
One of the incredible charges that has emerged from the family feud is that the Alaska governor had an affair with her husband's business partner.
…Another incredible allegation emerging from the family war is that Palin, a mother of five, had an affair with a former business associate of her fisherman husband, Todd.
"Todd discovered the affair and quickly dissolved his friendship and his business associations with the guy," charges an enemy. "Many people in Alaska are talking about the rumor and say Todd swept it under the rug."
The reporter's email address ([email protected]) is included with the story, so maybe more revelations about Palin will emerge.
I've heard from quite a few people after first writing about the alleged affair. Many of the comments and emails reflect the sort of thoughtful analysis that we've come to expect from right-wingers. For example:
You're a brain dead socialist and should be ashamed of yourself. Go back to pot farming and leave them alone.
don't know how but I stumbled on to your web-site.
You are one of the dumbest SOB's I have ever witnessed!
You are some sick people and very ignorant if you think this affair is veritas.
Well, l'm interested in the truth. If Sarah Palin had an affair, that's worth knowing. If she didn't, that also should come out.
Unlike a lot of Republicans, judging from the speeches I heard at their recent convention, I'm ready and willing to charge course with the wind of reality. The National Enquirer deserves respect, because they were right about the John Edwards affair and got the goods on O.J. Simpson before other media did.
Plus, it's obvious that Sarah Palin can't be trusted. Like most politicians, she's a pro at fudging the truth. Or even outright lying.
Take a look below at a You Tube video – an ABC investigative report on Troopergate. Listen to the Alaska Public Safety Commissioner who was fired by Sarah Palin. He says, "I'd like to see the truth, that's all."
When you hear Palin's deceptive comments at the end of the video, it's obvious that no matter how many denials are issued about her alleged affair, you can't trust what Palin says.