A reader writes:

This is the umpteenth time you've written something like, "The truth about Sarah Palin, in fact, has yet to be disseminated."  It's time you either spilled or stopped.  I have no more love for Palin than you but this I-know-something-you-don't-know business is unfair and unprofessional.  If you have something substantial publish and stand behind it.  Otherwise, cut out the sophomoric, irrefutable non-allegations.

Another writes:

Obviously, you know something.  How about just a little, teeny-tiny hint?  I'm just a suburban housewife.  Who would I tell?!  It can be a vague hint.  It could be a one syllable hint.  My inquiring mind wants to know!

I'm waiting for Levi.

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