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1.5 million copies will sell out in 30 days. That many will most likely be preordered.

I will be contacting my bookstore tomorrow in hopes of getting my name on a list. Thanks, Skye, for the heads up!

i can’t wait to read her book also.

This will surely make lib heads explode. Duct tape may become scarce.

11-17, My brithday, what a great gift. Thanks Sarah!

Alaska was a pretty corrupt system until Palin stepped in. Her reforms took on entrenched politicians (inc. Republicans), a mafioso-style union boss, and Big Oil.

Wouldn’t it have been nice if Obama had been principled and brave enough to confront the corrupt Chicago Democratic Machine? Or shady political operators like Tony Rezko? Racist preachers? Instead of doing business with every last one of them?

IMO people could end up voting for the Gipper-in-Heels in droves- they’ll surely being looking for some such antidote to the Bolshevik con-artist who’s taking a wrecking-ball to this society now.

Small wonder then that the far-left moonbats -along with Team Obama’s David Plouffe’s internet squad- are out to destroy her.

Go get em ‘Cuda- you’re one tough lady… and there’s a lot of us behind you.

http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com

What I like about Sarah Palin is that she says things that other politicians are afraid to say. She talks” good sense”, since “common sense” is so rare today. Sarah is that light in the darkness of political BS. We should thank our lucky stars we have her.

Ghostwriting 400 pages in 4 months:

One San Diegan knows all the details of Sarah Palin’s soon-to-be released memoir, but don’t ask her about it. She can’t tell.

Lynn Vincent, Palin’s ghostwriter, has signed a non-disclosure agreement. She has been hard at work on the book for the past few months with Palin, the former Alaska governor and John McCain’s running mate.

So quick did their writing progress go that the publisher announced yesterday that the 400-page memoir’s release date, originally scheduled for spring, has been moved up to Nov. 17, with an e-book version following on Dec. 26.

http://www3.signonsandiego.com/stories/2009/sep/29/sd-ghostwriter-mum-sarah-palin-memoir/

Kinda like Bill Ayers and “Dreams of My Father”….

http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/10/who_wrote_dreams_from_my_fathe_1.html

Kinda like Bill Ayers and “Dreams of My Father”….

Well, sort of like that….except for the fact that Obie has kept Ayers’ involvement secret.

I will buy it.

Already pre-ordered my copy at Amazon.

@Reaganite Republican:

Exactly.

Jimmy Carter brought us Regan, so the man serving Carter’s 2nd term will deliver us “the Gipper in heels”.

I’ll get that book just as soon as I can but I’m really looking forward to Palin’s book about her first term in the White House.

Steele: Obama’s trip not necessarily a mistake:

(Baltimore Sun) Republican National Chairman Michael S. Steele said today that President Barack Obama’s upcoming trip to Copenhagen is “nice” and “a noble idea,” but not essential business for the president.

Steele began a brief telephone news conference by criticizing Obama’s lack of focus on the biggest problem facing the country: weakness in the economy, which Steele said is still in recession.

The former Maryland lieutenant governor said he had watched Obama push an economic stimulus plan, then “lurch into cap-and-trade, and then into health care,” and now he’s “pitching the Olympics in Copenhagen.”

In answer to a reporter’s question, Steele said it was “a noble idea for the president to pitch his home city, Chi-town” and that America “would be more than honored to host the Olympics.” But Steele went on to say that “at a time of war” and recession, “this trip, while nice, is not necessary for the president.”

But when pressed on whether he regarded the president’s trip as a mistake, Steele demurred.

“Mistake is in the eye of the holder,” he said, adding that he didn’t know the judgment behind Obama’s decision to go.

Asked again, if in his eyes at least Obama was making a mistake, Steele responded, “I gave you my answer.”

@herman:
Well, Herman, (I can’t see your name, if that is in fact your real name, and not think of the episode ‘Solo Flight’ in which Tom Selleck named the spider, ‘Herman’, but I digress…) and how does the fact that Lynn Vincent being the ghostwriter invalidate the book? And, I’m quite sure that Lynn Vincent is not a domestic terrorist thug like unto Bill Ayers, so is a bit more of a reputable a source, don’t you think?

@herman:

Is there some reason that you are unable to stay on topic?

ADD perhaps? If so, medication is available.

You got us wrong, Hermie…

Around here, we WANT Obama to STAY in Europe as long as he likes. He can cajole the Olympic committee from now till Nov 2012.

Because the longer he’s out of the way, the better off the planet will be.

I hope he has enough clean underwear, and that when he writes home, he can remember BOTH his kids names.

Patvann,

I think you have me wrong. While you all may ‘WANT Obama to STAY in Europe”, I don’t want Sarah Palin out of the political game at all — I most truly want her firmly placed in the pack.

There’s a time honored observation in national politics: he who wins the middle, wins the office. Of course, Palin, having resigned, is positioning herself as a christian, Glen Beck, anti-establishment conservative. Certainly, this triangulation will be a failure.

I want moderate republicans to continue to pull their hair out over her. Her cutesy and impish usage of the term ‘rouge’, her sweet wink into the mind’s eye of the national politic, her folksy manner, all of it may endear her to the hard core base, but within the moderate GOP, she will be a divisive fast-food politician, the kind liberal wonks can still only enjoy watching as she alienates the middle ground of the electorate.

I see Palin is outmaneuvering her enemies yet again. General Douglas MacArthur would be so proud of her. If she decides to run & becomes President of the United States in 2012 I will rank her as one of the top political strategists of all times.

I see Palin is outmaneuvering her enemies yet again. General Douglas MacArthur would be so proud of her.

I very much agree with you, Max. Sarah’s level-headedness and perseverance will serve her well in her career.

Pre-ordered my book today, btw. It’s already the #1 bestseller at Barnes and Noble Online! Pretty amazing if you ask me. Can’t wait to add this to my library!

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Going-Rogue/Sarah-Palin/e/9780061939891/?itm=1&USRI=sarah+palin

@Herman

Gee. I think you’re right…We better try to move Palin away from being a Christian, (like 75% of the population), and try to build a religion based on her instead. Maybe have every magazine in the country place a halo around her head for the front cover…

-Heck, it got YOU to “believe” didn’t it?

Sorry to post 2 comments in a row, but just came upon a cute You Tube video already made about Sarah’s book sales today:

Oops! I didn’t see that the video was already posted above by Skye! Can I claim that I’m not feeling up to par today? Thanks, Skye.

Herman felt lonely. He doesn’t want Sarah to have all the attetion.

Poor Herman….all he has is talking points from Axelrod. 🙁

@herman:

Her cutesy and impish usage of the term ‘rouge’,

“rouge”– “lipstick on a pig”– you lefties are all alike.

According to this, the total sales of Audacity of Hope were 474,000. That’s hardcover and paperback combined. Dreams of My Father: 340,000, same deal. I’m betting Sarah beats that in pre-orders alone.

JUST pre-ordered the book!! As of today Sarah has set a historical precedent on pre-orders!! She is number one on Amazon and Barnes and Noble!!

Pre-ordered mine from Borders a week ago.