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Friday, 5 November 2010

image for Sarah Palin admits she borrowed the idea for her book title "Going Rogue" from Richard Marcinko's book "Rogue Warrior" that was borrowed from Mel Gibson's 1981 movie "The Road Warrior"

Attempting to distract media attention away from all the fuss created by Meghan McCain calling Bristol Palin "irresponsible" for not voting in the most recent election, Mama Grizzly Bear wannabe Sarah Palin held a press conference today revealing that she plagiarized half of the words in the title of her book 'Going Rogue'.

"I am such a big fan of Dick Marcinko that I wanted to give a nod to his book 'Rogue Warrior'," admitted Palin. CNN's Larry King immediately reached Mr. Marcinko for his reaction.

"No comment," said Marcinko. "Other than I will tell you that I plagiarized half of the words in my book title from the Mad Max movie starring Mel Gibson."

Lawyers from all three sides are lining up as we speak.

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