Frank Bailey, a former member of Palin's inner circle penned a new tell-all titled 'Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin: A Memoir of Our Tumultuous Years.'
The Associated Press reports one of Bailey's big revelations is that Palin wanted to leave the Governor's mansion months before she actually resigned. This is not actually a revelation because Palin has often commented on how difficult it became for her to be governor once she returned to Alaska because of the obsessive media attention, the new barrage of lawsuits and complaints, and the fact that people who would once work with her were now refusing to work with her.
AP also reports Bailey said Palin was interested in leaving the governorship once more lucrative deals came along. Again, Palin noted this several times. Palin has spoken about how the string of lawsuits became a financial drain on her family and she needed to make money to pay to fend them off.
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