In spite of the fact that it has been proven conclusively in the national and local media that in her 2006 campaign, Palin touted the bridge, and our DC legislative delegation's clout when it comes to bringing porky earmarks back to Alaska, Stevens is quoted in yesterday's Washington Post The Trail, as saying now:
"I don't remember her ever campaigning for it. As a matter of fact, she was very critical of it at the time. And she took the money and did not use it for the bridge, so you're wrong, as far as I'm concerned."
Continuing to shamelessly lie in search of Palin votes, Stevens went on:
"She was never really behind this. I defended it in the Senate. She did not support that. She did not support that."
Come on, Stevens, CNN has Palin on video supporting the bridges. And the Department of Justice has you nailed. Your credibility is gone.
Thanks for starting my day with a laugh. Love the picture!
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I live in 99901! Nowhere is the island across the water, not our entire zip code area! F- Palin!
But is it really a lie if God told her to say it?
Peter - I think the Mayor of KTN was passing those t-shirts around.
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