Here I come!
Sarah Palin’s new memoir “Going Rogue: An American Life” has been flying off the bookshelves and into warehouses where conservative magazines are storing them for use as promotions to sell subscriptions. Hate her, love her, or hate her, she is everywhere. Newsweek even has her on their cover, using a photo Palin posed for by Runner’s World magazine, in which the former Alaskan governor showed that the American flag, in addition to being a symbol of freedom that should never be desecrated, also makes a lovely slip cover for a chair.
Whenever Palin is brought from the media backburner to the forefront, fact checkers are close behind. Many have charged, and shown compelling evidence, that she has a casual relation with the truth, which provides the best reason yet to take her seriously as an actual politician.
Her new book contains explanation of events which run completely counter to the narrative or narratives she gave during the Presidential campaign.
For example, during the campaign, Palin touted America’s alliance with Eastasia in our war against Eurasia. In the book, Palin writes, “God bless those Eurasians, we’ve always been at war with Eastasia, yet they keep plugging along!”
After coming so close to becoming America’s Vice President, Palin is hinting that she is planning on running for President in 2010, although the next presidential election isn’t until 2012.
Palin isn’t wavering. “Ya know, people have been telling me all my life that I can’t do something. Now they’re saying, Sarah, you can’t run for President in 2010, it’s impossible. I think that if I just keep my nose to that powder keg and wait for God to open that door, I’ll be able to bust on through when it does.”