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Jul. 17 2009 - 7:09 am | 40 views | 0 recommendations | 2 comments

Palin’s Resignation Promise: “Less Politically Correct” Tweets

In series of late-night Tweets marking her final 10 days in office yesterday, Sarah Palin promised her followers some spicier tweetage come July 25 — her last day as Alaska’s governor.

Posted at 11:35 PM (Alaska time):

Planning inauguration w/LtGov in 10 days, Frbanks. W/same cabinet, same positive pro-AK agenda it’s all good, consistent success bc everyone…elected is replaceable;Ak WILL progress! + side benefit=10 dys til less politically correct twitters fly frm my fingertps outside State site (Emphasis mine, Twitter-style grammar hers)

Palin’s current Twitter feed boasts more than 99,000 followers, but is apparently tied to her current job and Palin will be abandoning it when she leaves office.  But don’t worry, Palin fans, Sarah’s going to have a new home for her fresh and uncensored 140-character insights:

11:45 PM:

I’ll stay in touch w/whomever wants via personal twtr site;launch July 26;in meantime it’s pleasure to update interested folks on State biz!


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