This apology is for putting up footage of a Sarah Palin in a 2008 Political Rally and pretending that this was a book tour crowd.
Going Rogue has already shattered records in pre orders and has been in the top ten best selling Amazon list since the book was announced. An appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show is a guarantee to boost book sales for any author. As Allahpundit suggested, “If sales of her book were already stratospheric, this ought to put them in lunar orbit.”
She will appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show on November 16th to promote her book “Going Rogue: An American Life,” which is due to hit stores Nov 17th. Ummmm ok!
Clinton’s trip to Chicago, described in press reports as “personal business,” came following a request from Obama, the official said.
The New York Senator is reportedly under consideration for Secretary of State, but it is unclear whether she had discussed that position with the transition team before making the trip. “If they told her beforehand, she did not tell her people,” the official said.
Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines referred questions to the Obama transition team.
Bill O’Reilly On “Daily Show”: Obama Fears, The Secular Revolution (VIDEO)
Fox news quack Bill O’Reilly stopped by “The Daily Show” Thursday for the first time since the election and stayed two segments. In the first Jon Stewart comforted him about his pre-election fears over Barack Obama, even giving him a stuffed animal to snuggle.
Palin blames bloggers for her downfall
Glad to do my part, Sarah!
Also, a strategist for a rival potential presidential rival e-mails to express amusement with Gov. Sarah Palin’s come one, come all PR strategy:
“Fine with us. Let her be the sacrificial lamb for 2012.”
Which means: a lot of the folks who you’d think are angling to run in 2012 are certainly preparing to do so, but they’re looking to and thinking about 2016….
Gov. Sarah Palin responds to her critics’ attacks. Plus, why she’s blaming President Bush for John McCain’s loss.
She steps into “The Situation Room,” Wednesday, 6 p.m. ET.
Gov. Palin addressed her political future, the clothes controversy, false reports and rumors and more in Monday’s exclusive interview with Greta. I watched the interview and couldn’t quiet understand why she was standing in her kitchen making moose chili in a business suit. Guess her publicist told her it would make her look good. Anyways her choppy answers and lack of eye contact leads one to think she is not telling the truth about certain questions she was asked. In regards to her running in 2012 I guess she has 4 years to cram for the next Presidential exam….
“All anonymous sources,” she said, also diffusing the argument that she overspent on her wardrobe – a path Palin has been down before. Monday night she told FOX News, “I did not order the clothes, did not ask for the clothes. I would have been happy to have worn my own clothes from Day One.”
She confirmed to Lauer today on the TODAY show, however, that she had prepared a speech on election night but was not permitted to deliver it. She said that her words spoke of John McCain as a great American hero. She didn’t identify the aide who nixed the speech. “Somebody said no,” she said. “All I could think of was … even if it was unprecedented, so what?”
Palin: ‘Never any tension’ with McCain
Nov. 11: TODAY’s Matt Lauer talks to Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin about the presidential campaign, her pricey wardrobe, and whether her advisers steered her wrong.
Well I got the last copy yesterday at Grand Central Station. Has anyone read it yet? What are your thoughts and views? You can also click on the links and read it online.
Newsweeks’s Secrets of the 2008 Campaign
This is a seven-part in-depth look behind the scenes of the campaign, consisting of exclusive reporting from the McCain and Obama camps assembled by a special team of journalists who were granted year-long access on the condition that none of their findings appear until after Election Day.