Not on Letterman’s Top Ten List

After getting up this morning I discovered I am a statistic. Several days ago I ordered “Going Rogue” by Sarah Palin and helped it to rise to number 1 on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble best selling lists. Pretty good for a book to be released on November 17th. The powers to be at The New York Times are going to love having this book at the top of their Ten Best Selling list. I’m looking forward to the book on several levels, the top one being to read how inept the McCain campaign was run and I suspect how Palin was controlled and muffled. It is being reported that to purchase the book you must live below the Mason Dixon line, so I’m okay.

Comments

  1. J. Strupp says:

    Is it going to be sold with a bonus crayon pack?

    Sorry.

  2. I’ll take it you meant south of the Mason Dixon line and not below the income average of those residing below the Mason Dixon line. The book goes for $28.99 or $15.65 if you buy it from Amazon.
    I look fowrard to a chapter a day reading of this
    pos. Even with a jouranlism degree she still needed help with the text. VP? Run, baby, run. Jeez….

  3. Randy in Richmond says:

    So far there are no surprises in the responses to my post as elitism is not at all difficult to detect.

  4. To the buffoons who love to attack Palin, I say one thing…check her record! She did more to fix the problems than McCain or Obama ever even thought of doing. She is a breath of fresh air, and you only diss her because you’re afraid of her. She could be a Maggie Thatcher, and that’s what this country needs.