Frank Bailey was drawn to Sarah Palin for all the big reasons: her faith, conviction, loyalty, and the belief that she could upend the good ol’ boys way of politics. After nearly four years at her side in her gubernatorial campaign and in her administration, Bailey had a change of heart. His new book “Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin” was released today and reveals a woman who didn’t live up to Bailey’s ideals. After I reviewed the memoir, cnn.com asked me for a brief contribution to its In the Arena blog.
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