Letters to the Editor

Sarah Palin: Different definitions

It seems Gov. Palin uses a different dictionary than the rest of us. When she says "thanks, but no thanks," most of us would think it meant "Thanks for the offer but I don't want it." Instead, for her, it meant "Thanks for helping to get me elected governor," as she was in favor of the "Bridge to Nowhere" during her campaign. "No thanks" doesn't seem to have a meaning, as she accepted the whole amount of money the government offered but used it for other things. It makes you wonder what her definition of truth is. Whatever is necessary? There seems to be a lot of that going around in her party.

DIANE KROEZE

Modesto

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