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Monday, November 02, 2009

by R J Shulman

NEW YORK - (PTSD News) - You may never have heard of Ernest Dingle, Claude Bonnet, or Paula Jean Pennington. They and thousands of other unknowns claim that their lack of notoriety is all Sarah Palin's fault. They have filed a law suit, Dingle v. Palin claiming that the former Alaskan governor appropriated their moment in the spotlight.

Attorney David Bernstein, speaking on behalf of the plaintiffs said, "There are those who through talent or notable deeds have earned their way to becoming household names, like Louis Pasteur, Derek Jeeter and Famous Amos, but for the rest of us there is that precious guaranteed fifteen minutes of fame. We believe that Sarah Palin's selfish commandeering of the media for all this time had unjustly deprived my clients of their moment in the sun." Bernstein admitted that Palin is not the first unworthy person to steal the spotlight. "There have been people like Vanilla Ice and Paris Hilton who have stayed around too long, but Palin's audacity is unprecedented."

Palin denies the charges and said she will explain all in a new 25 part series of Fox News called, "Sarah, We Harley Knew Ye," in which she will discuss her thoughts on everything from dinosaurs to John McCain, which of course is the same thing.

The lawsuit is asking for an unspecified amount of damages and a promise that Palin will just go away.

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