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Sarah Palin Rails On Environmentalists Who Use Pencils And Paper

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Sometimes I think God put Sarah Palin on Earth just to teach us patience.

On Sunday’s episode of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” the politician/reality star toured a local logging camp — a place where trees go to die — and took a moment to reflect on environmentalists who use pencils and paper.

“Conservationists write me these nasty letters because I support an industry like this,” Palin said, after cutting down an Evergreen Timber tree. “They write me these nasty letters using their pretty little pencils on their pretty little stationery not realizing. Where do you think your pencil and your piece of paper came from, people? It came from a tree that was harvested.”

This gem of quote is coming just one week after Palin got all up in Michelle Obama’s grill regarding the first lady’s anti-obesity campaign.

Take a look at the clip after the jump below and tell us what you think about Palin’s comments. Is it just me, or is she getting crazier with age?

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