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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin Invites Governor Sarah Palin to Russia

She said she visited Ireland, Afghanistan, Iraq and Russia, because Governor Palin is not familiar with world geography

(Tuesday, September 16, 2008 - 08:50 ) - Alaska's witch hunting two-year Governor Sarah Palin, who makes all her governmental decisions based on her Pentecostal faith and the direction given to her by her village church pastor, traveled overseas for the first time in her life earlier this summer to visit the increasingly popular Arab tourist destination Dubai for shopping and wind surfing.

Her Dubai vacation was fully paid for by Dick Cheney's Dubai-based oil company Halliburton, which also sells $1,000 dollar-a-piece lobsters and Haagen Dazs ice cream to 250,000 troops in Iraq.

The Iraq bill for taxpayers is currently running at $5 billion per month. If Sarah Palin is elected, she needs to meet with Halliburton executives in Dubai more often as she will be taking over this defense duty from Dick Cheney.

Palin, during her 12-day vacation in Dubai, also visited Kuwait for two hours.

The McCain/Palin team told Americans that Sarah Palin visited the troops in Iraq, but the military immediately issued a statement that said, "Governor Palin never set foot in Iraq."

The McCain/Palin team also said Palin visited Ireland, which in fact was a refueling stop for her plane, and Sarah Palin never even left the plane for a bathroom break during the 94-minute stop.

Palin's attorney claimed she never lied when she said she visited Ireland, Afghanistan, Iraq and Russia, because Governor Palin is not familiar with world geography.

Palin's attorney said "she was told she visited these countries and she believed her staff."

Last night Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin invited Sarah Palin for an official visit to Russia, but she declined Putin's invitation as she says she will help NATO and declare war against Putin when she is elected vice president.

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