Wednesday, September 30, 2009

'Blithering Idiot's' Book Already No. 1 at Barnes and Noble and No. 2 at Amazon (Update: Now No. 1 at Amazon)

The left may have a collective aneurysm by the time Going Rogue is released, and that's still not until November 17.

I figure by the end of the day it'll be No. 1 at Amazon.

Crazy Andy must be losing it.

The "reviewers" at Barnes and Noble are wigging out.
I am so amazed at the gullibility of her fans. She had a ghostwriter, a conservative writer, and they spent a month together. Palin also did not write her Hong Kong speech. Come on people, did you not listen when she was off script trying to answer (previously submitted) questions? She fumbled, she winked, she danced around the questions. I am waiting for this book's popularity to fall to nothing when it actually comes out and you realize you were duped. Plus, she will not dare to appear on the news shows other than Fox...they might ask her a question she didn't give them beforehand, or, she might be asked to read a portion of the book she never saw. Never in my life have I seen someone with so little to offer be embraced by so many people as a savior. Conservatives are scary.
Oooga booga!

An item using an anonymous source in the New York Post underscores just how much the left fears this woman.
SARAH Palin is said to have pocketed a $7 million advance for the 400-page memoir she turned in four months early, but she might not have such an easy time on the lecture circuit.

After quitting as governor of Alaska in July, Palin signed with the top-notch Washington Speakers Bureau, which also reps George W. Bush, Laura Bush, Condoleezza Rice, hero pilot Chesley Sullenberger, LA Dodgers manager Joe Torre and magician David Blaine.

Palin's bookers are said to be asking for $100,000 per speech, but an industry expert tells Page Six: "The big lecture buyers in the US are paralyzed with fear about booking her, basically because they think she is a blithering idiot."
Of course this fails to explain how she's receiving hundreds of speaking offers. But hey, when you can call someone a blithering idiot, why bother with the facts?

Meanwhile, Barack Obama reportedly has called up his ghostwriter Bill Ayers and asked him to rush to print a new book of "his own" tentatively entitled Dreams of Myself.

OK, I made that last part up, but it isn't far-fetched.

Update: Well, it didn't take long. Palin is now No. 1 at Amazon and probably will be for some time.

Thanks to Ace, Sister Toldjah, Dan Riehl and C4P for the links. Thanks to C4P for also pointing out this.

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