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Published: Monday, July 28 2014 2:20 p.m. MDT

Updated: Monday, July 28 2014 2:20 p.m. MDT

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GaryO
Virginia Beach, VA

Sarah is just following the well-worn path established by Rush Limbaugh, Anne Coulter, and a whole lot of other Right Wing "Pundits" who spout nonsense.

There's obviously a market for Right Wing Propaganda. And it's a market that has been created by Right Wing Propaganda.

Russian media is making millions of rubles by spouting the same sort of Right-Wing Nationalist rhetoric.

That goes to show that Right Wing Extremists demand that their predjudcies be reinforced, and they are willing to pay for it.

Personally, I sometimes enjoy listening to ridiculous Right Wing rants. And so I might tune into FOX "NEWS" or Right Wing Radio . . . But I'm not going to pay $9.95 to hear Sarah Palin's prattle.

I'll stick with Netflicks though, where, coincidentally, I recently saw the movie, "Game Change." Julianne Moore does a pretty good Sarah Palin.

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

I wonder how well she'll do with a media platform where she doesn't get to claim to be its' victim? I think most media don't play her game because she's not very engaged and is kind of a low information person, and it's kind of embarrassing to capitalize on that, even though it's easy and obvious.

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

at least give the woman credit for being a true capitalist and cashing in on her celebrity....like every other celeb does. I sort of doubt she would be allowed to have her own pay per view station in liberal land...you know the old USSR style stuff. Lefties don't tolerate a view contrary to theirs...much too dangerous to allow people to actually think and decide on their own.

Baccus0902
Leesburg, VA

@ Patriot:
Tou wrote:
"Lefties don't tolerate a view contrary to theirs...much too dangerous to allow people to actually think and decide on their own."

Oh, Patriot. We lefties would love to see this country run by a diverse flow of ideas. Capitalist ideas, Communist ideas, social democrat ideas, radical ideas, etc. etc. everybody engaging and debating different doctrines to and reach the best way to work for the benfit of our country, world and humanity in general. Ways to abolish diseases, poverty, hunger,and find social justice for all. To make sure that this planet of ours sustaing humanity and all creatures and nature as God intended

GaryO
Virginia Beach, VA

Hey Patriot -

"at least give the woman credit for being a true capitalist and cashing in on her celebrity....like every other celeb does"

Oh yes . . . Sarah definitely should get credit for that.

She even quit her job as Governor of Alaska and left the people who voted for her stranded . . . Just so she could pursue a career as a Right Wing Pundit that would rake in million for her.

Yes sir! Sarah's behavior as she callously abandoned the people who elected her in order to profit at their expense . . . Shows her qualifications as a Right Wing "Conservative" leader all right.

It's no wonder she is idolized by the "Conservative" masses.

FatherOfFour
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT

Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Dennis Romboy, Michelle Malkin, Anne Coulter, CHarles Krauthammer, George Will. All just quoting each other, saying the same things, and complaining about the left-wing media. And the same person that listens or reads the work of any of them agrees with the rest. They are all the same. Their followers are all the same. Their message is all the same.

I am proud to say I am not a part of an organized political party. I am a democrat. It might be like herding cats, but at least we have differences.

GaryO
Virginia Beach, VA

Hey Baccus -

"We lefties would love to see this country run by a diverse flow of ideas. Capitalist ideas, Communist ideas, social democrat ideas, radical ideas, etc. etc. everybody engaging and debating different doctrines to and reach the best way to work for the benfit of our country, world and humanity in general"

EXACTLY.

It's not about isms. It's about doing what WORKS.

We've got a box of tools, so let's use the best tools for the job . . . The ones that best help us "promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of Liberty to Ourselves and Our Posterity."

It's about putting best practices into effect. Successful businesses do that if they want to stay successful.

It makes sense that successful governments would borrow best practices as well and adapt them to needs of their respective nations.

dmcvey
Los Angeles, CA

I think this is great. Now the people who want to hear that voice can pay for the privilege. Hopefully the rest of us will never have to hear it again.

Jamescmeyer
Midwest City, USA, OK

@FatherofFour: A bit of the pot calling the kettle black? If by "they say the same things" you mean they all talk generally about what has made America successful and what is objectively, observable pulling it down now, then I guess it's an accuarate claim.

She's not my first pick, but Sarah Palin is a much more qualified candidate for office than Hillary Clinton, for those who plan on voting for Clinton on the basis of her sex. In fact there are a number of good female candidates. Kelly Ayotte, Michele Bachmann, Mary Fallin, even Lindsey Graham.

Furry1993
Ogden, UT

@Jamescmeyer 9:53 a.m. July 29, 2014

Palin proved the Peter Principle long before she became the "governor" of Alaska. About the only thing she's proved herself qualified to do is self-aggrandizement. Looks like she's trying to sell herself again.

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