The Huffington Post is collecting blatant lies (and arguable mistruths) from Palin's new memoir, "Going Rouge." Here are a couple for feel:
"Palin boasts that she ran her campaign for governor on small donations and turned back large checks over conflicts of interest. In fact, she relied heavily on large donations and political action committees and took $1,000 each from a couple whose offices were raided by the FBI,"
"Palin says her team overseeing a natural gas pipeline set up an open, competitive bidding process. An AP investigation found they crafted terms that favored only a few companies and ultimately benefited one with ties to her administration."
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