We know that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin can hunt, and even field-dress a moose, but how will she take to poachers on her book sales? Start-up publisher OR Books has announced plans to publish Going Rouge: Sarah Palin An American Nightmare, a collection of essays about the maverick Republican with a title — and cover design — remarkably similar to Palin’s upcoming memoir. What’s more, OR’s paperback tome will be released on Nov. 17, the same day that Palin’s own Going Rogue: An American Life hits shelves — and one day after Palin’s just-announced, first-ever appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s show.
It never ceases to amaze me how on one hand the left decries Sarah Palin as an intellectual lightweight, a quitter and someone who could never be president, yet on the other hand they cannot let a single thing she does go unchallenged.
Their latest attempt to steal Palin’s thunder is this sorry book, complete with a knock off cover. If the goal was to confuse buyers into buying a Palin smear instead of the real book, they are about a month too late. Palin’s official memoir Going Rogue has already become a top seller in pre orders on both Amazon and Barns and Noble. Thus a huge segment of buyers have already chosen the correct one.
Further more, who is going to waste their money on tired old anti Palin smears? We have all heard them a trillion times already. Even the hardcore Palin hater won’t find anything new in Going Rouge.
Quite frankly, if the left were serious about how they believe Palin is insignificant, then why don’t they simply ignore her? Think about it, the woman is only writing notes on Facebook to an audience of about one million. If they simply ignored her like they want us all to do, her reach would be greatly diminished. Instead what does the left do? The rush in like wild boars snorting and hooting over every little thing she says and thus magnifies her audience 100 fold.
The truth of the matter is that the left knows that Palin is going to make a huge difference in this country. Either by running for president herself or by forcing the Republican Party back on its conservative moorings. Either way, it spells trouble in lefty land.
Via: MemeorandumVia: Entertainment Weekly