Sarah Palin Embarrassed At Airport Security!

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Monday, 9 December 2013

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Sarah Plain has once again spoken out about the Martin Bashir resignation.

"I expect these personal attacks on me because I am a Christian, I am conservative and I want the USA to stay a free nation. So Mr. Bashir didn't say anything that will bother me."

She went on to say the country is losing it's freedoms every day with secret reports and messages being passed around not only in our country but now our Secret Service are into the personal lives of strangers overseas.

"Could you ever imagine such a thing coming from the USA which was founded on political and religious freedom?"

That was when we asked about the Airport Incident.

She handed in a note and left.

Note: Somehow the airport security guard, who like Bashir knew all these personal things about me and was fired but then got a better job. I use only a certain type of perfume, not made in large amounts, in Alaska. When I got to the security check in New York, I was pulled aside and they told me that since I was well known, they wanted me to leave another way."

"One guy began arguing and allowed his bomb-sniffing dog loose. Seems like this one was trained on my perfume and it got up in my lap and began licking my face. Then it humped my leg and got angry if I tried to remove it. It took five minutes for the guy to offer assistance, another five to pull the dog off as the guy was laughing.

So it looks like someone wanted Sarah Palin embarrassed. That was the photo many saw on their computers. But, funnily enough, everyone thought it was a Tina Fey gag.

John Cameroon of $tar$.

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