The Odd Lies Of Sarah Palin XXVIII: Closed Door Meetings

From Purdum:

After one meeting between the governor and legislators in 2007, Lyda Green, then the president of the state senate, returned to her office to catch up on some paperwork. She caught Palin on the news. “And she comes on TV and says, ‘I want to once again confirm that neither I nor my staff ever holds closed-door meetings.’ Well, we had just been in a closed-door meeting for an hour and a half!”

Note the pattern. Palin says something that is immediately disprovable. People who lie like this are not politicians. They're sociopaths.