February 18, 2011: It seems Frank Bailey, the right hand man to Sarah Palin has decided to take a little bit of the half-term governor’s advice; he’s reloading instead of retreating.
In a previewed manuscript entitled, “Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin,” Bailey uses his inside knowledge and access to private emails between inner circle members to finally come clean about all of those Palin controversies.
From the 2006 gubernatorial campaign and Troopergate to life back in Juneau after her loss with John McCain in 2008, Bailey’s book contains non-stop revelations about the twisted and vindictive life of Sarah and Todd Palin that is an absolute page turner.
In short, the book does one thing that would make me want to buy it; the book validates everything I’ve ever written or said about Sarah Palin.
Bailey’s book reveals a narcissistic liar who was an incompetent governor and a manipulative self promoter who would stop at nothing to destroy those who crossed her. His accounts of her treatment of friends and foes alike, along with her penchant for always playing the victim is astonishing in it’s historical clarity.
The first sentence of the book says it all. “On April 28, 2009, Sarah wrote a simple, but frequently repeated message: I hate this damn job…”
Just one of my favorite lines; Chapter 13 Truth Optional.
“While I disliked Andrew Halcro, the guy nailed the truth and no one – including the always Palin-bashing, persistently misguided Dan Fagan believed him.”
Regarding State Trooper Mike Wooten and Troopergate:
“Despite my own dislike for Wooten and the lack of historical context for the compulsive attacks against him, my becoming Todd’s go-to guy in an attempt to destroy another man’s life remains inexcusable, representing a lack of common sense or due diligence. I should have known better. By the time Todd approached me to be his ally, I was fully aware that I worked for a couple who felt revenge a sweet drink. I joined in with much enthusiasm and too few facts.”
Frank Bailey’s memoir is a must read.