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Sarah Palin’s “Going Rouge” Conclusion. (Suspicion Confirmed)

Posted in politics by roving on January 1, 2010

My first advice to all you people who hate Sarah Palin,  do not read her book.  It would be much easier to remain uninformed and blind then to try and find fault.

It took a  bit to even find her book at the local book store since they had it hidden but I persevered and walked out with my copy of Going Rouge.

The book was a little slow at first but got better with every turn of the page. Or it could be I was just anxious to get going to the meat and potatoes. Mainly, the presidential campaign.

Sarah’s book gave me a few surprises I didn’t know about.  ( thanks to the media) For example, the left making fun of her because it took so long to go through college only to find out unlike Obama who obviously someone paid for his education, (if he really had one) Sarah paid for it all on her own so had to take breaks and actually get a job in order to save up the money for another semester.

Sarah was able to work with both Democrats and Republicans unlike Obama who shuts out Republicans from all bargaining because… “I won.” Then complain how the Republicans refuse to contribute ideas.

When you put everything Sarah has accomplished and compare it to Obama, its just plain embarrassing.  While Sarah was working hard  trying to pay her way  through school, Obama is smoking dope, doing cocaine, and getting everything handed to him.

While Sarah is sitting in church listening to how much God loves us all, Obama is sitting in church listing  how bad the whites and Jews are.

But what stood out the most to me was what I have said  all along. The McCain campaign purposely threw the election.  This book just confirmed it for me.  I’m sure Sarah may not think so but even she was shaking her head in bewilderment of the McCain strategy.

As I have said before I can only come up with a couple reason why McCain would throw an election.  Is there a nuke in a suitcase somewhere in the U.S. ready to blow if Obama loses?  Or maybe the powers to be saw a black man running for president and decided this is the time.  We need a black man in office.  I prefer the 2nd.

Just look at what Obama was able to get away with. The massive voter fraud.  Voter intimidation. The people with funny names donating money. The donations illegally coming from over seas.  But who do they investigate after the election? McCain who had listed all names and amounts donated to his campaign.

McCains campaign kept Sarah out of site. They refused to let her talk to even local reporters. They set her up to be shot down by Katy Couric who had taken hours of video tape and cut them up on purpose to try and embarrass Sarah.

The McCain campaign did nothing to stop the disgusting attacks on her family yet amazingly left Obama’s alone.

Sarah was allowed to be attacked over and over with lies and half truths while McCain’s people let it happen.

McCain’s people wouldn’t let Sarah speak about things important to her and the country.

McCain suspending his campaign right when they were climbing in the polls for  bogus bailouts talks. This from a man who who would never had done before. That was my first clue something isn’t right.

Sarah wanted to go after Obama hard about his shady relationships with people who hate this country.  The people at the campaign rally’s begged McCain to get tougher. McCain refused.

They put Sarah out there with no ammunition to fight with.  All she could do was wonder why and just take the hits.

The most telling was when McCain stood there in front of thousands desperate for him to do something. Anything, and all McCain could come up with is  we have nothing to fear from Obama.

The election was a no brainer.  No way Obama could had won it without help from McCain and/or his people.  The McCain people made a mistake. They didnt realize Sarah would be so popular. That wasn’t part of the plan. They needed to shut her up and keep her away from the people as much as possible. The people didn’t come to see McCain. They came to see Sarah. Why they might win if they let Sarah speak to much.

I enjoyed Sarah’s book while dreading the way it was going to end. I hope Sarah doesn’t give up on us.

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  1. Brienne said, on January 1, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    I’m hoping this post was satirical?


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