Posted by | July 7, 2014 14:01 | Filed under: Media/Show Business Politics Top Stories


The Hollywood Reporter asked half-term Governor of Alaska if she has any interest in doing a political talk show, either on TV, radio or the Internet to which she responded,”maybe” then added that she would want it to be “fun.” I’m sure it would be a real knee slapper because we all know what a jokey jokester Sarah Palin is. Who can forget her ‘death panels’ witticism about Obamacare? Ha ha, that was so humorous. Some people even believed it because she’s just so damned good at comedy routines.

“Maybe. But the politics would have to be interspersed with a whole lot of fun and real life and inspiration showcasing American work ethic, because those topics are all pretty much the antithesis of today’s politics, which I find incorrigibly disastrous!” she said. “It’d be so much fun to shake it up taking on issues that make audiences objectively consider all sides, and I’d do it with my own real-life groundedness, candor and commonsense that I’m known for. Media needs that today, versus the condescension that oozes from TV and radio. I hear everyone recently got canned from The View, maybe a show like that needs a punch of reality and a voice of reason from America’s heartland to knock some humble sense into their scripts,”she said. “You know, someone willing to go rogue.”

Oh, I see where she’s going with this. Someone just like Sarah. 

When asked if she has read Hillary Clinton’s new book Hard Choices, she responded, explaining that it’s all about her:

So far just the passage about me because an attorney sent the passage to me. Hillary wrote about the 2008 campaign when the Obama camp asked her to basically engage in their familiar “politics of personal destruction” just hours after I was announced as the GOP’s first female VP candidate. They couldn’t attack my record as an executive, a Mayor, a Governor, an energy resources commissioner, nor a wife and mother, so ratcheting it all down she surmised the attacks would be based on gender! How passé. How mighty hypocritical. Hillary refused to engage. I appreciated her boldness in explaining that behind-the-scenes campaign tactic of Obama’s. I’ve since pointed out there’s no “war on women” if one doesn’t react to that immature shot across the bow from the Liberal Left like America saw during that entire campaign. Don’t retreat from such a shot. Just reload like I’ve been blessed to have the opportunity to do. And hey, I’m still standing! So flipping proud to be an American where I know first hand that anything is possible if you work hard, put your life in God’s hands, serve something greater than self, and live life vibrantly!

Because reading an entire book is hard, just like newspapers. While claiming there is no ‘war on women’ she advises, “Don’t retreat from such a shot. Just reload…”

H/T: My BFF @ComgenKDT with thanks.

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  • Ron Jackson

    Funny to see someone that so hates to so called lame stream media,begging to become part of the very entity that she is decrying. What she fails to understand is,that outside of the trailer park crowed,and the dying old racist faux news viewers, no one takes her and her word salad train of babbling thoughts seriously.

  • Ron Jackson

    Funny to see someone that so hates to so called lame stream media,begging to become part of the very entity that she is decrying. What she fails to understand is,that outside of the trailer park crowed,and the dying old racist faux news viewers, no one takes her and her word salad train of babbling thoughts seriously.

  • Well, why not? She isn’t any dumber than past panelists, and you know it. Besides, Alan, you, of all people, should know that programs are presented for the purpose of drawing viewers and raising advertising rates.

    Now, ideally, more people should be doing better things at that hour than watching “The View,” but that’s not where we are as a nation, is it?

  • Well, why not? She isn’t any dumber than past panelists, and you know it. Besides, Alan, you, of all people, should know that programs are presented for the purpose of drawing viewers and raising advertising rates.

    Now, ideally, more people should be doing better things at that hour than watching “The View,” but that’s not where we are as a nation, is it?