Roger H. Goun v. Flickr From fissures in the Palin marriage "We don't talk" to giggles over a doctored nude photo and the governor in an open bathrobe, Shushannah Walshe unearths more gems from the ex-Sarah Palin aide's leaked manuscript. Plus, more tidbits about Bristol, Troopergate, and other Palin scoops. Among more juicy allegations in the book , which is filled with catty asides, including a description of Palin's skin as being "tanning-bed bronze":. Sarah Palin appeared to trust Bailey and confided in him on all topics, including family matters.
More intimate secrets of Sarah Palin's marriage emerged today in the tell-all book by a former aide. They include the revelation the former Alaskan governor and her husband Todd 'don't talk', she walks around their home in an open bathrobe and his laughter over a doctored nude photograph. Problems: Todd and Sarah Palin. He laughed about a doctored nude picture of his wife sent to her campaign headquarters and allegedly snooped on her emails. It catalogues angry emails and conversations during her political campaigns, including a description of her skin as being 'tanning-bed bronze'. And it claims she wrote fake letters to newspapers in the name of supporters praising her 'leadership and ethics'. Revealing: Sarah Palin's former aide Frank Bailey who has exposed the former Alaskan governor's secrets.
Palin Quickly Becomes A Part Of Celebrity Culture Online
These are some of the most popular search terms online for Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential pick Sarah Palin since Friday. John McCain's campaign team has often used Barack Obama's popularity and the world's interest in him as a tool to belittle his candidacy during the presidential campaign. That's according to the audience measurement firm Hitwise, and search pattern statistics from Google. Of course, since relatively few of the electorate knew who Palin was before last Friday, it makes sense that the top search term for Palin was simply the vice presidential candidate's name. You might normally associate those terms with those other two women who are famous for being famous.
The series, featuring Bristol Palin , debuted on June 19, The series follows the day-to-day life of Bristol Palin as she adjusts to life in Alaska after temporarily residing in California. The pilot episode of Palin's series had an estimated , viewers, with a rating of 0. Palin's series has received mostly negative reviews, with Entertainment Weekly calling it a "weird, miserable reality show.