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#1 Here comes the Sarahlanche11-18-2009, 01:51 PM
From the Mark Levin show!
I love it! The Sarahlanche! :D
Anything to give a lib a headache!
Class warfare is breaking out as Sarah Palin begins promoting her book. The left is already hard at work finding passages in Going Rogue to make fun of. On MSNBC this morning, the Morning Joe crew cited a passage mentioning hunky Todd as worthy of a Harlequin Romance, playing schmaltzy music and laughing.
Take that, Harlequin readers! You are not cool enough to vote for Obama -- or liberal Dems for that matter. You are not worthy of swells like Katrina Vanden Heuvel, the wealthy heiress who favors leather jackets, long hair and radical leftism, and could not contain her contempt for Sarah on GE's cable news outlet.
Meanwhile, Sarah Palin rolls out her promotion tour starting with Oprah, a shrewd move for a woman who still inspires terror in the hearts of her enemies. Their principal defense is the sneer. But the problem with that weapon is that such snobbery is that by definition it appeals mostly to those who think they are better than most ordinary people. That's not a winning coalition.
I fully expect Going Rogue to sell millions of copies. It may even top the sales of Mark Levin's landmark book, Liberty & Tyranny, which is the bestselling nonfiction book of the year so far. The conservative base is not just fired up, it is educating itself, and buying lots of books in the process. The success of Liberty & Tyranny reflects favorably not just on Mark Levin, but on conservatives. How many books of political theory have been so widely embraced? It is a foundation stone for a rising political movement, and that makes it important.
Now comes Sarah Palin, who, despite an unprecedented smear campaign, can speak over the heads of the media to a public which pays close attention to her views. Whether or not she runs for president, her stature as a major conservative voice will be enhanced by the coming Sarahlanche.
Keep your eyes open for criticism of Sarah for using a ghostwriter. She is not concealing this fact. Jack Cashill has provided highly persuasive evidence that Bill Ayers was Obama's ghostwriter for his first book (despite his claim that he wrote it himself), so public discussion of ghostwriting has the potential to backfire for the left.
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11-18-2009, 02:08 PMOn MSNBC this morning, the Morning Joe crew ....If leftists didn't have double standards, they'd have no standards at all.
11-18-2009, 04:27 PM
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Her next book could devote a chapter to the wheeling and dealing by that old thief Harlem Rep.Charley Wrangle and another to each of the Obama tax dodgers .
Lets see we have Sibelius late in paying her undeclared taxes.Next we have that wizard of finance Timmy Geitner and his faulty tax software screwing up his tax bill.
Then we could have a chapter on the troubles of Tom Daschle's withdrawal over unpaid taxes .
None of these liberals seem to want to pay any taxes yet they expect us the little people to pay more.
Obama nominations with tax problems are by no means limited to Gov. Sibelius and Sen. Daschle at HHS. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, OMB performance officer Nancy Killefer, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk have all demonstrated an inability to get their own personal tax affairs in order, and yet Obama expects us to believe they are capable of governing a nation of more than 300 million people.
There is plenty of material for several new books exposing these unrepentant tax thieves .
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