$105,460 raised (21% of the total debt) in the webathon spearheaded by Conservatives4Palin.com.  This video below was from Day 2, but I didn’t post it then.  It highlights a complaint surrounding a hockey stick and chocolates.  Yep, Governor Palin receiving a hockey stick and chocolates constituted a bribe in the mind of a political enemy.

If you are able (and haven’t already) donate to The Alaska Fund Trust and then send an email to webathon@conservatives4palin.com to let Conservative4Palin.com know for their tally.  If you have already donated, or unable to please help spread the word about this webathon.  Thanks!

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