I just tore through Chapter 19. I will read the rest of the book as soon as I can this weekend.
For now, I'm glad to see Andrew Sullivan given the credit he deserves for vociferously and repeatedly questioning the very questionable story of Baby Trig's delivery.
I am reassured to read that those who knew Sarah the most, believed her the least.
It is also, too, good to know that real Americans possessing common sense will see the details that we've followed so closely these three years. What did YOU think of this chapter? And the rest of the book? I look forward to this discussion of any of 'em, all of 'em books about Mrs. Todd Palin.