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Sarah Palin Hunts On TLC Reality Show, Begs For PETA To Respond

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The always press hungry Sarah Palin took to her facebook page to promote her reality show ‘Sarah Palin’s Oil Depot.’ Okay, that’s just what I call the show. The real name is ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska.’

In last night’s episode Palin went caribou hunting with her father. Sarah said on her facebook page about the untouched beauty of her home state:

“You’ll also see us hunting at the edge of ANWR, where you can see the uninhabited lands that warehouse billions of barrels of American energy supplies underground just waiting for the political will to allow responsible resource development.”

On the actual episode, she defends herself as a hunter by saying, “We don’t have the advantage. The animals have the advantage.” Really? The animals have the advantage? Because we thought you were the one with the gun. Perhaps that caribou has a .45 strapped to his antlers.

Palin also calls out PETA on her facebook page. Perhaps trying to start a war of words?

“We’ll show you how Alaskans hunt. As my friend Sue says, “the tundra is the type of landscape that will make a man out of anybody.” And, PETA…”

We wonder if PETA will respond.

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