Sunday, November 15, 2009

Saradise Lost - Book 4 - Chapter 3 - DailyKos Suggests Playing the Audiobook Going Rogue at Gitmo Might Work Better Than Waterboarding

There may be no connection whatsoever between the discovery of water below the moon's surface, the discovery of Carrie Prejean's multiple episodes to the bad chapter of her life, Levi Johnston's discovery that he didn't make the index of the Crazy Woman's book, and President's ample bow to the Emperor of Japan. But Glenn Beck might still be looking for material for his Monday program, so - who knows? Give him some chalk and a blackboard.

There are so many hilarious stories out there
already on the CW's upcoming big week.

Here's Palin's schedule for the upcoming week:

Palin's petulance over unauthorized copies of the book falling into the hands of Associated Press reporters and other "ankle biters" stirred up the rattlesnake nest over at C4P. Here's Palin's Facebook ghost writer:

As you probably have heard, the AP snagged a copy of my memoir, Going Rogue, before its Tuesday release. And as is expected, the AP and a number of subsequent media outlets are erroneously reporting the contents of the book. Keep your powder dry, read the book, and enjoy it! Lots of great stories about my family, Alaska, and the incredible honor it was to run alongside Senator John McCain.

We can’t wait to hit the road and meet so many on the book tour! See you in Michigan first...

- Sarah Palin

Here's the C4P "editors":

Basically, the AP just pulled a Pearl Harbor-like sneak attack on the Governor. They bought a copy of her book illegally on the black market. You may recall that the AP hates Sarah Palin.


So, the AP found the perfect way to wreck her book roll out and stick it to her. They can print whatever they want and she can’t respond because of the “embargo” that was negotiated for who gets first dibs on interviews.

I’m sure she never thought that a sneak copy would get into the hands of people who hate her. They’re obviously lying about her book.

The AP gets an advanced copy of a book due out this week. This happens a lot, you know. After all, here's what one DailyKos commenter observed about what an reviewer had to say about it days ago:

Go to the page for this book and read the reviews.

One of the reviews is from a reader who -- are you ready for this?? -- READ THE BOOK AS AN ASSIGNMENT IN HIS/HER SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS!!!!!

Aside from the question as to why this book was required reading in a Sunday school class is the content of the review in which the reviewer called this book a "memoir."

The comedic aspects of Palin's book are obvious:

Some are suggesting going beyond the comedy, though. Could it be that the Crazy Woman can finally be of service to our country? Silly Rabbit at DailyKos may have actually come up with the best use yet for an audio book:

Attorney General Eric Holder's decision to prosecute five individuals accused of conspiring in the 9/11 attacks in U.S. federal court drew swift reactions from Real Americans.

"Hang 'em high," facebooked one Sarah Palin.

And as tempting as that may be, I think there's a better way.

Since 2002, the military has been blasting accused terrorists with loud music performed by liberal artists, mostly to no avail.

Perhaps they should try subjecting them to "Going Rogue," a historical fictional memoir written in Palin's own voice.

As one commenter observed:


I admit it all

I shot both Kennedy and Lincoln.

I gave a lift to OBL's sub commander for the middle district of Indiana.

I personally made all of the WMDs disappear from Iraq. They are buried in the sands of Utah.

Just, for the love of all monotheistic gods, hit the pause button. NOW................

And if Palin's audio book doesn't get the person to admit to any and everything, this might do the trick:

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