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Palin on American Choppers

I just saw this linked at Hot Air. Sounds like must see t.v. to me:

Turns out the hockey mom is also a motorcycle maven.

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin recently welcomed the crew from Orange County Choppers - whose custom motorcycle business is featured on TLC's American Chopper - to Anchorage where show star Paul Teutul Sr. researched building a bike to honor Alaska's 50-year anniversary of being a state.

"It means so much to the state of Alaska that these guys are building this bike that will honor statehood here," Palin says in the episode, airing April 30 at 9 p.m.


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Comments (3)

Oh, great. Something ELSE ... (Below threshold)

Oh, great. Something ELSE for Lee to go nuts over.

I swear, that guy/gal would be a stalker if he could scrounge a ticket up to Alaska.

It's often interesting to s... (Below threshold)

It's often interesting to see how the "outlaw" Left reacts when they find out that many of the real hardcore sorts (bikers, for example) are fairly conservative...

That bear on the couch remi... (Below threshold)

That bear on the couch reminds me why I love Sarah Palin so much.






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