A draft manuscript of former Sarah Palin aide Frank Bailey’s tell-all book, Blind Allegiance, reveals a woman who wrote fake letters to the editor praising her accomplishments in office, doesn’t talk much with her husband, neglects her children and that her husband’s first reaction with a doctored nude photo of Palin that surfaced on the Internet was laughter and “is it real?.”
Bailey says Palin admitted to him that she and husband Todd are “not like normal couples…we don’t talk.” She also complained that her husband would sneak looks at her private emails on her Blackberry. Bailey said Todd also used the tone of the emails to let Palin’s team know her mood of the day.
In an email, Todd told Palin that she was “callous” about daughter Bristol and ignored her daughter’s promiscuous behavior that led to her unwed pregnancy.
When a doctored photograph with Palin’s head superimposed on a nude female body surfaced on the Internet, Todd’s first reacton was “is is real,” suggesting there are nude photos of his wife that could surface.
“Well, she walks around the house with her robe open and with all those windows we have, well, you know…”
Bailey’s book is not the first time questions have surfaced regarding suggested rowdy behavior by Palin. Stories surfaced of wild antics during her college years and sources in Republican circles have told Capitol Hill Blue that stories have long circulated in GOP circles that Palin has had affairs and other other sordid secrets in her past but not one of those who make these claims have been willing to say so on the record and no such photos have yet to surface.
Bailey’s book, however, does quote Palin’s husband as suggesting she likes to show off her body.
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