Skip to comments.Sarah Palin rolls 'Going Rogue' book tour to Fort Hood, will donate royalties to victims' families
Posted on 11/19/2009 10:35:15 AM PST by euram
Sarah Palin is rolling her "Going Rogue" book tour into Fort Hood, the site of the Nov. 5 shooting that left 13 dead and dozens wounded.
"I'm especially looking forward to meeting our brave men and women in uniform at Fort Hood," Palin, 45, wrote on her Facebook page.
She'll be at the base on Dec. 4.
"I'm joining the efforts of many others by donating my royalties from the book sales during our stop at Fort Hood to the families of the victims whose lives have been forever changed by the tragic events of November 5th," she wrote.
(Excerpt) Read more at nydailynews.com ...
point them to this link....
“The former vice presidential candidate, whose book Going Rogue, will be released on Tuesday, had already agreed to visit the Army base, according to her publicist. She said that after last weeks shooting that left 13 people dead and 30 wounded, an official on the base contacted HarperCollins to say that Palin should stick with the planned appearance.”
LOL, I pre-ordered mine from WalMart - $9 and .81 for shipping...a grand total of $9.81 - AND I got it in the mail yesterday...already reading it....
The Left will ignore the fact that she had a pre-terrorist attack scheduled stop at Ft. Hood. They will fill their readers and viewers with vitriol fueled by a sin of omission...........
I was ROBBED! and my book still isn’t here.
Here’s a taste. Always remember things need context for understanding...
Chapter One (pg 1 and part of 2)
The Last Frontier
I don’t believe that God put us on earth to be ordinary. -LOU HOLTZ
It was the Alaska State Fair, August 2008. With the gray Talkeetna Mountains in the distance and the first light covering of snow about to descend on Pioneer Peak, I breathed in an autumn bouquet that combined everything small-town America with rugged splashes of the Last Frontier. Cotton candy and foot-long hot dogs. Halibut tacos and reindeer sausage. Banjo music playing at the Blue Bonnet Stage, baleen etchings, grass-woven Eskimo baskets, and record-breaking giant vegetables grown the midnight sun.
Inching through rivers of people with Trig, our four-month-old son, cradled in my arms, I zigzagged from booth to booth, from driftwood art to honeybee keeping to home-brewed salmon-berry wine. Bristol and Willow, our teenage daughters, roamed with friends, heads together, laughing, thumbs tapping cell phones. Piper, seven, my constant sidekick since the moment she was born, bounced along at my hip, pinching off fluffs of cotton candy, her reward for patiently, accommodating my stop-and-go progress through the crowd. For the most part, she was comfortable watching the grip-and-grin photos and hearing the friendly chitchat with constituents that I enjoyed as part of my job as governor of the state. Every few moments, I pulled my right arm free from baby duty to shake hands with folks who wanted to say hello.
“Hey, Sarah! You never miss the fair!”
“Oh, my goodness, is that the new little one? Let me say hi to him .. .”
“Price of energy’s pretty high, Governor. When are they gonna ramp up drilling?”
A robin’s egg sky arced overhead, the brisk kick in the air hinting at winter’s approach. Like a family conga line, we wound our way among the vendors and exhibits: from pork chops on a stick to kettle corn, veggie weigh-ins, and livestock competitions. A local dance troupe took to the stage and the music blared, competing with the constant hum of generators and squealing kids on rides. Ahead, on my right, I saw the Alaska Right to Life (RTL) booth, where a poster caught my eye, taking my breath away. It featured the sweetest baby girl swathed in pink, pretend angel wings fastened to her soft shoulders.
“That’s you, baby,” I whispered to Piper, as I have every year since she smiled for the picture as an infant. She popped another cloud of cotton candy into her mouth and looked nonchalant: Still the pro-life poster child at the State Fair. Ho-hum.
Well, I still thought it was a nice shot, as I did every time I saw it on its advertisements and fund-raiser tickets. It reminded me of the preciousness of life.
It also reminded me of how impatient I am with politics. (/excerpt)
... read more in the book!
I recommend you buy the book and read it! I ordered from WallyWorld online for $8.98 inc shipping... now $14.50 +
Good to know. Thanks!
These speaks volumes about her.
Wish I could go.
I just checked my amazon account and it says mine will arrive Friday......the other day it said it would arrive on Thursday....mmm.
And it probably would be a REAL BIG DEAL if they went to Fort Hood.
Mine came yesterday from WalMart. I pre-ordered a dozen others for gifts, and all but 2 had been delivered yesterday! Happy reading...
Freep the poll!
Got mine yesterday. Pretty good read. It’s her talking, sure of that.
God Bless her heart.
I pre ordered from Amazon. Not here yet.
The day the book went on sale, I ordered another one through Barnes and Noble. Order came today, but wrong book!
Not happy about it either.
No it’s not. It will be a full month after the shootings, and she’s donating the royalties from all the books she sells there to the families of the victims.
ok, the mailman made a liar outa me.......Sarah’s book was in my mailbox tonight.....must have been there whilst I was complainin’ about not having it. duh!
Could you believe how Norah went on about her audience being white!
Classy & beautiful, heart and soul, inside and out.
Bernie Goldberg got off a good one on O'Really tonight. He said, "MSNBC probably has just as many minority viewers."
The NYDaily news(?) has some pretty snarky articles. Also other polls related to those articles.
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