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.