Levi Johnston isn't the only figure called out in Bristol Palin's memoir, Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far. Yes ... Bristol actually has a memoir out.
One in which she reflects not-so-fondly on her initial impressions of Meghan McCain, whose father named Bristol's mom to the GOP ticket in 2008.
In the book, Bristol Palin, now 20, writes that during her first encounter with Sen. John McCain's daughter, now 26, she "ignored us the entire visit."
There's no love lost between the offspring of the 2008 GOP ticket.
Palin "had a sneaking suspicion I might need to watch my back" and added that "Every time we saw Meghan McCain, she seemed to be constantly checking us out, always comparing my family to hers and complaining."
McCain takes issue with that statement and then some.
She Tweeted a YouTube video from 2008, showing herself with her arm around Sarah Palin's "sweet, sweet daughter Piper" smiling on a couch.
"I feel like my heart is going to explode with pride," McCain says.
We're guessing she's not feeling the same way at this moment, and this isn't first friction between McCain and Sarah's youngest daughter.
In 2009, Meghan called out Bristol's absurd position as an abstinence ambassador for Candie's, then last fall, bashed her for not voting.