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Sarah Palin Tweets On The Survival Of "Amazing" Bears

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Now that she’s stepping down as Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin has lots of time to pursue other, well, pursuits. Like Twitter.

In fact, Palin has been very active on the social media site — especially when it comes to bears. Just yesterday, she posted the following streams of thought:

1st: Great day w/bear management wildlife biologists; much to see in wild territory incl amazing creatures w/mama bears’ gutteral raw instinct to

2nd: protect & provide for her young; She sees danger?She brazenly rises up on strong hind legs, growls Don’t Touch My Cubs & the species survives

3rd: & mama bear doesn’t look 2 anyone else 2 hand her anything; biologists say she works harder than males, is provider/protector for the future

4th: Yes it was another outstanding day in AK seeing things the rest of America should see; applicable life lessons we’re blessed to see firsthand

Sure, America would love to see the things Palin has seen — preferably as something other than couch accessories. Jason Linkins of The Huffington Post did a great job analyzing Palin’s tweets so the rest of us could understand their true subtext; but it’s his parting comments that made me chuckle: “Anyway, in response to all of the attention they have received, all the bears quit their jobs today.” Zing!

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