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Palin: Obama Administration Should Have Stopped WikiLeaks

Monday, 29 Nov 2010 04:59 PM

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is as upset as anyone else about the WikiLeaks’ release of confidential information relating to U.S. foreign policy. And she says the White House should have acted to prevent the group from publishing the information, Politico reports.

Sarah Palin, WikiLeaks, America by HeartIn a posting on Twitter, Palin compared the 250,000 government documents that Wiki leaked with the leaks from her recently published book “America by Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag.” The Gawker website posted unauthorized excerpts from the book this month — until Palin sued and a judge ordered that the material be removed.

“Inexplicable: I recently won in court to stop my book ‘America by Heart’ from being leaked," Palin tweets. "But US Govt can't stop Wikileaks' treasonous act?”

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