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Palin's book

So, I see ads on this site for a free copy of Sarah Palin's new book. According to wikipedia it's going to be released in November of this year. No other details are given. Anyone know if I can actually get a free book? Or if Palin can actually read, let alone write a book? or what its about?


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book ? Palin?

 

 

 

         I understand she spent 9  months on it  before she finnished reading all 47 pages.    That  Dr.Suess can be a real pain lynn when you get down to two sylable words.

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I really am nauseous every

I really am nauseous every time someone (liberal or otherwise) mentions this cretinous douchecanoe.

She gets more mention from Olberman and Maddow now than she ever got whilst 'campaigning'.

Let's just forget the hag until one of her kids decides to become a RRS sitemember.

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 The book is known to be ghostwritten by Lynn Vincent.


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ta da!

ClockCat wrote:

 The book is known to be ghostwritten by Lynn Vincent.

 

 

                     Ergo   my pun.

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Jeffrick wrote:

ClockCat wrote:

 The book is known to be ghostwritten by Lynn Vincent.

 

 

                     Ergo   my pun.

 

Ahh. I didn't see. I was jut responding to the OP.

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 What the hell could she

 What the hell could she possibly have to write about???

 

Day 1: The other day we went to church. Then we took the kids out for ice cream and told the girls that they would burn in Hell if they caught the gay virus.

Day 2: My daughter told me she was pregnant. Then she somehow went missing.

Day 3: John [McCain] told me murder would look bad for the Republican party. My daughter was miraculously found in our basement. Praise Jesus!


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Quote:douchecanoe.Don't

Quote:
douchecanoe.

Don't insult douchecanoes by equating Palin to them.

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As I already have plenty of

As I already have plenty of junk mail for use in my fireplace a free copy of Sarah Palin's book is not required.

 

 

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Silly_Mommy wrote: What the

Silly_Mommy wrote:

 What the hell could she possibly have to write about???

 

Day 1: The other day we went to church. Then we took the kids out for ice cream and told the girls that they would burn in Hell if they caught the gay virus.

Day 2: My daughter told me she was pregnant. Then she somehow went missing.

Day 3: John [McCain] told me murder would look bad for the Republican party. My daughter was miraculously found in our basement. Praise Jesus!

But where McCain gained a conscience Palin hasn't done the same.

I expect mudslinging in politics, it is part of our history,  BUT there is a line.

ONE of my favorite letters of the founders was from Jefferson to Adams. In laymen's terms Adams had written him complaining about the level of vitriol aimed at those competing in polictics.

Jefferson basically bitch slapped him (politely of course) in his response.  He reminded Adams that the the King was a prick not only picking their pockets but telling them what to do, even in regards to religion.

WHEN you look at it the Declaration of Independence  was a polite "FUCK YOU" letter to the king. It was an affront to his power.

What McCain did right was recognize the difference between what is legal and what is overboard. Overboard may be legal, but the right to bitch isn't.

Jefferson was wise in that he knew that if you let people vent, most of the time they will do the right thing. McCains rebuff of the woman claiming that Obama was a Muslim(not that it would matter constitutionally) would be the fall of the country, was the right thing.

I would fear Palin and Rush because when they sell freedom, it is their freedom, not the freedom to dissent or blaspheme. AND there are plenty of politically correct atheists I would place in the same catagory of Palin and Rush.

If we all agree not to kill each other no mater how much we bitch, no side of any issue has anything to fear.

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Brian37 wrote:

Silly_Mommy wrote:

 What the hell could she possibly have to write about???

 

Day 1: The other day we went to church. Then we took the kids out for ice cream and told the girls that they would burn in Hell if they caught the gay virus.

Day 2: My daughter told me she was pregnant. Then she somehow went missing.

Day 3: John [McCain] told me murder would look bad for the Republican party. My daughter was miraculously found in our basement. Praise Jesus!

But where McCain gained a conscience Palin hasn't done the same.

I expect mudslinging in politics, it is part of our history,  BUT there is a line.

ONE of my favorite letters of the founders was from Jefferson to Adams. In laymen's terms Adams had written him complaining about the level of vitriol aimed at those competing in polictics.

Jefferson basically bitch slapped him (politely of course) in his response.  He reminded Adams that the the King was a prick not only picking their pockets but telling them what to do, even in regards to religion.

WHEN you look at it the Declaration of Independence  was a polite "FUCK YOU" letter to the king. It was an affront to his power.

What McCain did right was recognize the difference between what is legal and what is overboard. Overboard may be legal, but the right to bitch isn't.

Jefferson was wise in that he knew that if you let people vent, most of the time they will do the right thing. McCains rebuff of the woman claiming that Obama was a Muslim(not that it would matter constitutionally) would be the fall of the country, was the right thing.

I would fear Palin and Rush because when they sell freedom, it is their freedom, not the freedom to dissent or blaspheme. AND there are plenty of politically correct atheists I would place in the same catagory of Palin and Rush.

If we all agree not to kill each other no mater how much we bitch, no side of any issue has anything to fear.

 

conscience? You mean like this?

 

http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2009/10/john-mccains-internet-freedom-act-seeks-to-block-net-neutrality-rules/

 

 

Yeah. He drafts a bill to stop net neutrality, because he sure knows a lot about the internet. How ethical for him to block that net neutrality!

 

I bet it has nothing to do with telecoms donating to his campaign.

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Where does Sarah get time to

Where does Sarah get time to ghost write a book? Shouldn't she be watching Russia or something?