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Bristol Palin: keynote speaker?

Sarah Palin is a pretty popular keynote speaker these days, but if your organization can't afford her hefty price tag, there's always her daughter Bristol. What does it cost to get the daughter of the former Alaska governor to share her words of wisdom? According to the Palin family attorney, between 15 and 30 grand, depending on which group she's addressing and what she must do to prepare. I did a little digging, and came across Bristol Palin's menu of services. Here's an excerpt: $15,000: Russia: The View From Mom's Porch. Bristol gets folksy as she shares her insights into post-Cold War politics, perestroika, glasnost, and Russian dressing. Power-point presentation requires an extra fee. $20,000: Abstinence Education. This speech starts out strong: "I was absent the day this subject was covered at Wasilla Junior High, and look where it got me...." Bristol often breaks into tears during this presentation, so she requires two boxes of Kleenex to be located within arm's reach of the podium. $25,000: The Merits of Accidental Fame. Bristol tells the poignant story of how her mother's political career put her in the limelight. She compares and contrasts her experiences to those of William Hung, the guy who sang "She Bangs"  during Season 3 of American Idol. $30,000: Hypocrisy in American Political Campaigns. This speech is currently in development. No details are currently available for this topic.

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