Palin’s Co-Author Hints at Going Rogue’s Slant

LynnSarahWorldMagazine[2]Lynn Vincent, Palin’s co-author for her upcoming book gives hints as to what the finished product will look like. 

 This Politico article suggests: “Palin’s choice of Vincent suggests that her [book] will be, emphatically, a partisan tract.  And it is of a piece with a post-election posture in which the nation’s most intensely popular, and most intensely unpopular, Republican has chosen to deepen her bond with her base at the cost of antipathy from the independent voters who decide presidential elections.”

Vincent assisted with the book of General William Boykin, whose military career ended when he preached from the pulpit about our country’s holy war with Islam.  Vincent believes that one in ten Muslims are peaceful and the remainder warrent careful monitoring. Terming Vincent’s political posturing as being on the side of fascism is a little mild, actually.

There are already signs that Palin’s book will be a huge best-seller.  Hopefully the book will get the word out about Palin and she will become the laughing-stock she so richly deserves to be.

iggydonnelly

 

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4 responses to “Palin’s Co-Author Hints at Going Rogue’s Slant

  1. jammer5

    I believe the word is already out. She signed with a major marketing firm, who advertises her at 100k per speaking engagement. Problem is, they can’t find any takers. The feed back their getting is she’s a “blithering idiot.”

    An industry insider didn’t mince words with the New York Post.

    “The big lecture buyers in the US are paralyzed with fear about booking her, basically because they think she is a blithering idiot.”

    “Palin is so uninteresting to so many groups — unless they are interested in moose hunting,” said our insider. “What does she have to say? She can’t even describe what she reads.”

    Palin likely quit as governor just months after losing the election as John McCain’s vice-presidential running mate because of money. “She knew that if she waited until her term ended in 2010, these opportunities would be gone,” said a source. “She would have lost millions by staying in office.”

    Ahhh . . . fifteen minutes of fame stretched until it becomes infamous. Anyone for moose pie?

  2. I don’t think she has a future. Don’t get me wrong — I wish she did! I think if her ‘base’ nominated her she would go down in flames in the most lopsided election in history. But the leaders of the Republican Party can’t and won’t let that happen. They know the reality. It’s gonna piss off the religious right big time, and splinter the party further.

  3. Bad Biker

    Aw, come on. She’s a winner – just ask Hank Price.

    I wonder what opinion he has of her ass.

  4. wicked

    Even if free, I wouldn’t have this book, much less bother to read it. Killing trees for nothing.