Sarah Palin Wasilla Diva

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The Diva of Wasilla, Sarah Palin, can’t stand if she isn’t in the media spotlight, so has found another faux controversy to blather about.

Sarah Palin has been whining all over the place about author Joe McGinniss, calling him a stalker for renting the house next door while he’s writing a book about her. And of course Fox hacks like Steve Doocy have been whipping themselves into a self-righteous frenzy, while ABCNews breathlessly regurgitates Palin’s “stalker” narrative.

Turns out there’s a little more to the story. From Gawker:

Earlier this year, Palin used her clout with Alaska State Police to get 16-year-old Willow Palin off the hook after she and some high school buddies trashed a vacant home during a bender. The other kids were hung out to dry, and Alaska’s Mat-Su Valley boiled at the injustice of Willow’s preferential treatment. We warned that Palin should watch her back lest small-town high school drama explode in national scandal.

So, another instance of the Lamestream Media trying to ruin Sarah Palin’s life, right? Actually, it appears this whole situation was orchestrated by a vengeful neighbor. McGinniss’ son said in an email reprinted by Politico that his dad was offered the spot by Palin’s neighbor because the Palins owed her money:

“A woman was renting her house and sought out the author because the Palins had crossed her (owed her money for renovations she had done at their request and never paid her for). So she knew McGinniss was writing the book and found him and offered him the house.”

“The Selling of the President” (Joe McGinniss)

The Palins apparently tried renting the place all winter to head off any Liberals. Not only did her neighbor refuse, she called up McGinniss and was like, “Hey, got this awesome house right across from Sarah Palin. Want?” There’s no purer form of small-town drama than the stiffed contractor out for non-monetary revenge. Unlike those in New York or LA, where the elitists settle their labor disputes with fancy lawyers, small-town builders have the means to hit back in way more satisfying ways. (Momof3wildkids points out that the email may actually be saying that Palin asked her neighbor to fix up her own house, promised to pay for it, then stiffed her in the end. Nervy!)

Palin’s rise was based on a creation myth that had her springing from a fantasy Real America that loves guns and embryos and hates immigrants and socialists. But the Real America Palin really inhabits just wants her to stop acting like a diva and to cough up the 1500 bucks or whatever she owes them for building her deck.

(click to continue reading Ha! Sarah Palin’s Neighbors Sought Out McGinniss, Rented Him House Because Palin Stiffed Them. | Crooks and Liars.)

Poor, poor Sarah, even her neighbors are against her.

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