Sarah Palin sneers at 'conservationists who write me nasty letters': A 'Sarah Palin's Alaska' review

Sarah Palin visited a logging camp, picked up a chainsaw, and helped cut down a tree during this week’s Sarah Palin’s Alaska. Later, after playing a spirited game of "Eskimo bingo" with some loggers’ families, Palin sneered at "conservationists [who] write me nasty letters because I support [logging], usin’ their pretty little pencils and their pretty little stationery, not realizin,’ where do you think your pencil and your stationery comes from? It came from a tree that was harvested!"

As usual, Palin’s pluckiness was impressive. Sheheld the chainsaw steady and cut where she was told by the experts, then climbed atop the fallen tree to help measure its length. Said one logger, "Beats the hell out of pilates." Palin agreed.

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