Skip to comments.Obama Campaign Manager David Plouffe Says "Help my Book Beat Sarah Palin for One Day" - Video
Posted on 12/07/2009 6:09:07 PM PST by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of 2008 Obama Campaign Manager David Plouffe hawking his new book, "The Audacity to Win," by trying to get Obama supporters to help him beat Sarah Palin's book sales for one day - December 8.
For people who think Sarah Palin is no threat to President Obama, Plouffe and his liberal friends sure seem to be obsessed with her. Now, he is even trying to use Palin to increase his own book sales. . . . (VIDEO)
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How the heck can the work of a nobody in celebrity terms compared with Palin’s book? It’s like a McCain campaign manager hoping that his tome will outsell Ogabe’s “Dreams from My Father”.
If this piggy actually believed the garbage that he preaches, he’d just give his book away. Why does a true Marxist piggy need money? His government is going to support him from cradle to grave.
Guess that means that I need to buy several MORE copies of her book tomorrow, both in the store and ONLINE.
Yeah, just try to take Sarah on for a day, Poofie. What a dork. Has his book even registered in any place on any best seller list?
If Plouffe’s book doesn’t make the beltway Marxists wet, the rest of Obamao’s supporters have trouble getting past the pictures in the funnies.
Could this be a quote from Plouffe? “I am a loser with a loser book. I realize that Governor Palin is a somebody and I am a nobody. Further, I admit that I am a fool.”
How about this? I'll beat you with your own book."
On Saturday Plouffe’s book was #291 at Amazon and #1444 at Barnes and Noble, today it is #189 and #884 respectively. So, there has been an uptick in sales. I’ll keep an eye on it tomorrow, but since both places update their sales standing, he’d have to sell a ton of books just to get to #1 and hold it for more than an hour. My bet is that he might break into the top 100 books, and at B&N he might make it up to the top 500. Actually, if a book is in the top 500 it’s making pretty good money.