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Sarah Palin on the high California gas prices? Drill, baby, drill.

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Sarah Palin roots on her daughter Bristol on "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars"
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Sarah Palin, Todd Palin, and Willow Palin support Bristol Palin on "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars"
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'Dancing With The Stars' alum Bristol Palin appears at the season 12 finale on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 with parents Todd and Sarah Palin.
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Former governor Sarah Palin is in Southern California and not only did she notice the record-high gasoline prices, but she has advice to how to cure it.

The Alaskan "mama grizzly", who is in town to support daughter Bristol's second foray on "Dancing With the Stars", took to Facebook Monday to repeat her "drill, baby, drill" mantra.

"Speaking of resource development, I’m in California again today and the gas prices here are just ridiculous," Palin, 48, wrote to her 3.1 million Facebook followers. "One solution to this problem is of course increased exploration domestically in order to tap our plentiful supplies and not let the naysayers hold us back."

Palin also addressed a threatening letter Bristol, 21, received last week at the "DWTS" Hollywood studio. The letter contained white powder that the FBI later determined was not hazardous.

"I’m sorry to see that she’s again getting those annoying death threats and more 'mysterious white powder' sent to her while on DWTS this All-Star season. These threats sure waste a lot of time, production and public resources; but do the haters really think this will stop Bristol and Mark and the show’s producers from keepin' on keepin' on?" the 2008 GOP VP nominee asked.

Palin and her family are also planning to give readers advice on healthy living, People magazine reported this week.  

"Our family is writing a book on fitness and self-discipline focusing on where we get our energy and balance as we still eat our beloved homemade comfort foods!" the conservative told the magazine.

An online poll on, however, appears to be riddled with naysayers trying to hold the Palins back. In response to the question "Would you read a book of Palin family fitness tips?", 77 percent of those who voted said "No, we don't need their advice."