Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Buyer Beware! Of Bogus Palin Book

Josh Painter at texas4palin reports

Start-up publisher OR Books has announced plans to publish Going Rouge: Sarah Palin An American Nightmare, a collection of essays about the maverick Republican with a title — and cover design — remarkably similar to Palin’s upcoming memoir. What’s more, OR’s paperback tome will be released on Nov. 17, the same day that Palin’s own Going Rogue: An American Life hits shelves...
Calling the title and cover of the bogus book "remarkably similar" is an understatement:

The idea is to trick unsuspecting book buyers who think they are purchasing Sarah's book into buying the ersatz version instead. And what will the too-casual shopper be getting for his or her money?
Going Rouge is compiled by Richard Kim and Betsy Reed, two top editors of the left-leaning weekly "The Nation," and includes essays by "Nation" regulars like Katrina vanden Heuvel, Naomi Klein, and Katha Pollitt. It’s the first release from OR Books, a fledgling outfit founded earlier this year by publishing veterans John Oakes and Colin Robinson that "embraces progressive change in politics, culture and the way we do business," according to its website.
In this case "progressive change" means deceiving shoppers into spending their money on a collection of articles which are attack pieces on Sarah Palin, her family and her supporters. It's one big loony leftist lie and the lowest sort of smear job, as we have come to expect from the hateful hinterlands of the far left. This should come as no surprise, because liberals are always trying to deceive the public into adopting their failed politics. Why should their books be any different?

The bogus book will be a paperback, one way to tell the difference -- at least until the paperback version of Sarah Palin's real book is released. The best way, of course, to be sure you are getting the real deal is to read the cover carefully. As with all things from the land of liberals, caveat emptor -- let the buyer beware.
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Bret Baier reports on Foxnews


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