Sarah Palin - Rock Star to some - a Bimbo to others
"We hunt because we eat" and "I can see Russia from here", those are the statements defining Sarah Palin to the political left. She is basically written off as a Bimbo.
Sarah Palin's book "Going Rogue" was released yesterday and the book has already exceeded all expectations making all the Best Seller lists.
Sarah Palin is, no doubt, a controversial personality. You either love her or hate her.
No one can argue though, that Palin adds to media ratings. Her recent TV appearances with Oprah, almost a love in, her interview with Barbara Walters and the heated discussions about the front cover of Newsweek are indications of this. Don't expect her to grant an interview to Katie Curic anytime soon though.
Newsweek took the liberty to find her running attire picture to sell copies of their failing magazine. This, of course, has become a hot issue with the liberal press and commentators. Palin also recently gave interviews to Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly.
Why is a successful woman so hated by Liberals and Feminists? This is a question I have been struggling with for some time. It has to be her pro life stance or they feel threatened.
David Letterman had to apologize for his comments. The strange thing in my mind is the acceptance of Letterman.s indiscretions.
Sarah Palin started out as a grass root PTA member, worked herself into the Mayor slot (two terms) and by all indications improved things for her constituency. She took on the Republican establishment in Alaska and after and unsuccessful attempt for the Lieutenant Governor job was elected Governor of Alaska.
She joined the McCain ticket as VP, not at her request, but at the request of John McCain. Should she have been there? Probably not. In any case she gained valuable experience if she was ever to attempt another run.
Sarah Palin's book tour is also showing the Rock Star status she has attained. Love her or hate her, she is a force to content with. She has been underestimated before.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. -- Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue" tour is going perfectly according to plan.
True to the last page of her memoir, in which the former Alaska governor writes, "We can't abandon Michigan and places like it," Palin and the media steamroller she has been riding for the last week kicked off her book tour on Wednesday in the state the McCain campaign deserted, to her publicly expressed chagrin.
Her return had all the trappings of a political campaign -- bus, advance team, security detail, political handlers, rope lines, satellite trucks and approximately 2,000 supporters and gawkers on site.
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