And the only person praying harder for that than Gov. Palin will be yours truly.
This struck many observers (yours truly included) as not only absurd but repugnant.
You can read about it here, where you will see that yours truly is associated with the phrase.
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I found errors in almost every paragraph that Klingman had written in the material attacking Kutler and yours truly.
But it was more than I could bear to have to read, "yours truly."
This summer the tables are to be turned, and all of you are to be the guests of yours truly.
But as far as immediate plans are concerned, I'm afraid, my dear, you will have to put up with yours truly.
And sundry blessings were heaped on the head of yours truly.
I need hardly mention, however, that very little gets past yours truly.
phr I; me; myself: Both of whom are repped by yours truly
[1844+; fr the conventional parting salutation of a letter]