WASILLA, Alaska - Sarah Palin has written a book in which she talks about her future presidential aspirations.
The book is titled How My Lack of Geographical Knowledge Sunk My Friggin Political Halibut Boat All To Hell.
Palin co-authored the book with her longtime reporter friend Tabitha Tula Wishywater of GOPicky Magazine.
Miss Wishywater has written several books on the wild and wacky world of politics. Her most recent book is Hey Folks, I Own The Brewery and All The Seven Mansions - The Cindy McCain Story.
One thing that "Snow Plow" Palin, former governor of Alaska, who suddenly resigned in the middle of her term addresses in her new book is the issue of her not being a 'quitter.'
She pointed out that she realized that the Lower 48 news media would continue asking her lots and lots of questions of a geographical nature which she hates because in high school she got an F in geography.
Palin acknowledged that in order to avoid having everyone laugh and giggle at her during state press conferences she would just go ahead and resign the office of governor.
When she was asked to run on the GOP presidential ticket with Senator John McCain she readily agreed because one of McCain's advisers advised her that she would not have to answer any questions of a geographical nature.
"The Loose Moose" as Vice-President Joe Biden refers to Palin, was even reassured by John McCain's Barbiesque wife, Cindy, that no one would bother to ask her any geography questions because those types of questions were like number 60 on the list of topics to ask politicians about.
But seeing as how the news media dislikes "Snowflake" Palin they all made it a point to move the questions on geography all the way up from number 60 to number 1.
Palin confided to her daughter Bristol that she wants to be president of the United States one day but not at the risk of being embarrassed by having reporters ask her hard geographical questions like is China bigger than Portugal? and what are the names of the countries that border the island of Cuba?
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