Liberals trying to make a buck off Palin's name

Living off the productive through forced wealth redistribution, ie, taxes, and forced sharing is a hallmark of the parasitic left.  Incapable of originality or resourcefulness, the left is reduced to sucking life out of those who are original and resourceful.
 
Continuing this practice, two editors from The Nation, a lefty mag, are planning to capitalize on the forthcoming Sarah Palin memoir, Going Rogue, An American Life by releasing  Going Rouge, An American Nightmare

Imitating the original with similar graphics; same type fonts and pictures of Palin dressed in red, face tilted upwards, flashing a bright smile, the  imposter has a midnight background with lightening streaks and ominous shadows darkening Palin's face  unlike the bright clear photo of the memoir. 
 
According to Thom Geier of Entertainment Weekly the lookalike book
 
will be released on Nov. 17, the same day that Palin's own Going Rogue: An American Life hits shelves - and one day after Palin's just-announced, first-ever appearance on Oprah Winfrey's show. (A shout-out to Ron Hogan at GalleyCat for the tip.)

Apparently the folks over at The Nation have never learned that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.They so admire former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin (R) that all they could do was come up with a negative phony, probably thinking they were so-o-o clever.  The authentic and creative Ms. Palin has no need to imitate or worry about sad people such as this; she accomplished so much, they live in the shadows.  
 
 
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Living off the productive through forced wealth redistribution, ie, taxes, and forced sharing is a hallmark of the parasitic left.  Incapable of originality or resourcefulness, the left is reduced to sucking life out of those who are original and resourceful.
 
Continuing this practice, two editors from The Nation, a lefty mag, are planning to capitalize on the forthcoming Sarah Palin memoir, Going Rogue, An American Life by releasing  Going Rouge, An American Nightmare

Imitating the original with similar graphics; same type fonts and pictures of Palin dressed in red, face tilted upwards, flashing a bright smile, the  imposter has a midnight background with lightening streaks and ominous shadows darkening Palin's face  unlike the bright clear photo of the memoir. 
 
According to Thom Geier of Entertainment Weekly the lookalike book
 
will be released on Nov. 17, the same day that Palin's own Going Rogue: An American Life hits shelves - and one day after Palin's just-announced, first-ever appearance on Oprah Winfrey's show. (A shout-out to Ron Hogan at GalleyCat for the tip.)

Apparently the folks over at The Nation have never learned that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.They so admire former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin (R) that all they could do was come up with a negative phony, probably thinking they were so-o-o clever.  The authentic and creative Ms. Palin has no need to imitate or worry about sad people such as this; she accomplished so much, they live in the shadows.  
 
 

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