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Saturday, 12 March 2011

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"The deductibles and co-pays are killing me."

Sarah Palin recently went on Fox News and publicly admitted that she could use some help in paying for her kids' dental expenses.

"Do you even know how much a set of braces costs these days?" asked Palin as she made her case for asking folks who impersonate her to help shoulder some of the financial burden of raising kids in today's economy.

Palin was referring to Julianne Moore, in particular, who is slated to play Palin in the upcoming movie "Game Change."

"If I have to grit my teeth any harder on this one, I'm gonna need to see a dentist myself," quipped Palin, as she explained that she is tired of impersonators making money off her and not seeing a dime of the profits. "If I got a dime for every Sarah or Bristol Palin joke Kathy Griffin told, I'd be a millionaire," she said.

Sarah Palin claims that it has been hard to get health and dental insurance ever since she quit her job as governor of Alaska.

"Jeez, Louise. When I was governor," said Palin, "the sky was the limit when it came to public benefits. I loved the fact that I could get top-notch insurance for my entire family paid for by Alaskan taxpayers. Now, I'm not saying that the insurance we get from Fox News is shabby, mind you, but the deductibles and co-pays are killing me."

Knowing now what she knew then, Palin was asked why she doesn't give more support to the teachers in Wisconsin who have lost their ability to bargain for better health insurance benefits, Palin said "Because. We don't live in Wisconsin."

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