Meghan McCain is finally going to talk about Sarah Palin. She's got a new book coming out (Palin seems to be a huge draw for book sales these days) where she's going to spill it all. In a speech in Florida, she had this to say: -----------
“I liked Sarah,” McCain said, “To me she represents a lot of feminist ideals. Our politics differ.”
She added, “I can’t stand here and say I hate her…I think anybody that underestimates her at any point is very foolish.”
McCain said she couldn’t comment any further because she plans to go into great detail about her experiences and conversations with Palin in her new book, "Dirty Sexy Politics: A True Story," due to be released in August. The book is about life on her father’s campaign.
When questioned about the accuracy of the campaign stories in Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s bestseller, Game Change, McCain quipped “My book will be much more accurate,” after admitting she had only read the excerpts of Game Change.
McCain was also asked if she thought Palin could win the presidential election if she ran for office in 2012.
“Oh sure,” McCain answered, “I honestly haven’t seen another candidate so far that I believe has the panache.” ----------
In case you didn't know, "panache" is - "A word of French origin that carries the connotation of a flamboyant manner and reckless courage."
In other news, Scott Brown claimsthat he's never talked to Palin and they never reached out to each other. So, is Scott Brown lying, or were all those reports that Palin called him on election night lying?
And I finally re-uploaded that Laura Ingraham piece on Bristol vs. Oprah. I just did two vids this time:
God: Judeo-Christian principles and, yes, how they have applied to our system of government. Guts: Those intrinsic things that we feel down in our inner-most being; the things we know are right, and the courage to defend them. Sarah Palin: The name speaks for itself.
"It requires a terrible effort to remain a civilized man." - Woolf
LOTUS - Sarah's Facebook Notes
Laptop of the United States
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Disclaimers seem to be fashionable these days, so here's mine:
If you think that anything on this blog is in any way connected to Governor Palin herself, you're nuts. These are all my own stupid opinions. Palin probably doesn't even know I exist, nor does she care.
There, that should do it.
Oh, and don't assume that my posts from a year ago reflect the exact same opinion I hold now. I don't have time to go back and update every time I change my mind for the one or two people who are going to click on that post in the future.
"Notice how they’ll accept anything except a (wo)man who stands alone. They recognize (her) at once . . . . There’s a special, insidious kind of hatred for her. They forgive criminals. They admire dictators....They’ve got to force their miserable little personalities on every single person they meet. The independent (wo)man kills them—because they don’t exist within her and that’s the only form of existence they know. Notice the malignant kind of resentment against any idea that propounds independence. Notice the malice toward an independent (wo)man." - The Fountainhead