Sunday, September 18, 2011

American Way: Decency abandoned as author Joe McGinniss plays the race card against Sarah Palin

The Telegraph There is one sentence that sums up the despicable nature of the latest book to cash in on the phenomenon of Sarah Palin – a woman who no longer holds any public office and is a possible, though for now unlikely, future presidential candidate.
It is an anonymous quotation from “a friend” of Palin’s, who says: “Sarah and her sisters had a fetish for black guys for a while.” Some friend. And some author.
That’s not to say that there are not other sentences in "The Rouge: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin" that could compete. How about the one that contains the statement that “friends recall” that Palin’s “children literally would have a hard time finding enough to eat” on occasions?Or the passage in which “someone who’s known Todd and Sarah since high school” says that theirs has “never been a happy marriage” and that she “can’t cook s – t”? Or that her lavatory is unclean and she wears revealing clothes to the gym?

I long for the good old days where lawsuits were not the first reaction but a two by four was.

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