Palin Uses PAC Money to Buy $63,000 Worth of Own Books

February 2, 2010


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4 Responses to “Palin Uses PAC Money to Buy $63,000 Worth of Own Books”

  1. James on February 2nd, 2010 3:05 pm

    Big friggin deal… if you can actually count beyond 10, figure out that 4700 books bought by her PAC were given to people who donated over $100 to her PAC or to larger donors who wanted signed copies sent to them for those larger donations and you figure out she may have spent $63,000 to send books to people who contributed at the very minimum $500,000 to her PAC. Hmmm… roughly $6 spent to get $50… I think I would go for that myself.

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  4. republicanblack on February 4th, 2010 12:15 pm

    Look Sarah is a mobster, a new century crooked politician gansta. And she does it with a smile too. She says thank you when she takes your money from you. Look she quit her post as governor, to become a millionaire — McCain made her a millionaire! She sets up a PAC and this is how she does it:

    http://bit.ly/aakf9Z

    McCain’s got the magic touch, even more than the president, just ask joe the plumber.

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