Sarah Palin’s reading list

In her acceptance speech Sarah Palin said:

We grow good people in our small towns, with honesty and sincerity and dignity

attributed to a “writer”. The “writer” was Westbrook Pegler.

Robert F.Kennedy Jr. tells us what kind of good people Pegler had in mind:

Fascist writer Westbrook Pegler, an avowed racist who Sarah Palin approvingly quoted in her acceptance speech for the moral superiority of small town values, expressed his fervent hope about my father, Robert F. Kennedy, as he contemplated his own run for the presidency in 1965, that “some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in pubic premises before the snow flies.”

Tell us more about what you like to read Governor Palin!

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2 thoughts on “Sarah Palin’s reading list

  1. These idiots don’t know how easy it is to catch them with these quotes. Even I can understand that if it is on a web page in the exact same wording, all you have to do is copy and paste it into the search listed as “this exact wording or phrase:”, hit enter, and up it comes!

    Now did Palin write her own acceptance speech? Or contribute the quote herself? Or did she just read what they put up on the teleprompter?

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