As Sarah Palin fades into oblivion, her income is also dwindling. Given her loss of the $1,000,000.00 contract with Fox, she may be facing an identity crisis. Will she be relegated to shopping for essential products for the family,
or to making moose stew?
Will Todd divorce her now that she’s not making money?
There has been talk of another Palin book, about fitness. However given her emaciated appearance, it’s unlikely that it will be a best seller.
A different topic would be scooped up across the country, and would surely be a best seller. It could bear the title “Confessions of the Rogue” and it could reveal the deceptions that Sarah Palin has inflicted upon the country. There is enough material that she could turn this into a series, allowing details of the fraud committed on people across the country. Imagine the wealth she could amass if she was strategic about revealing the scams, a little at a time. Titles that could be sold might include:
Confessions of the Rogue I: Campaigning for Governor and Quitting
This book would reveal the massive amounts of money Palin enticed people to give to elect her as their governor, and then her decision to quit half way through her first term.
Confessions of the Rogue II: Promoting Abstinence – The Joke is on You
This book could take advantage of the hypocrisy in advocating abstinence, even though pregnant at her wedding, even though Palin had a one night encounter with Glen Rice.
Bristol could come out with another book at that time called “Camping is my Life” featuring details of her camping adventures with Levi, Gino,
the Massey Brothers, and anyone else she might have gone camping with. Track could publish his own book called “Conception on a Track” featuring stories about the truth regarding the true identity of his father,
and the untimely and unexplained death of his father. Track could also tell the story of his commitment to family values in fathering a child out of wedlock.
Confessions of the Rogue III: The Truth About Trig
This would probably be the most popular of the series. Palin could recite the volumes of evidence compiled by countless people, including medical doctors, about the fact that she was not the biological mother of Trig, and the stupidity of her fans in believing that she gave birth to a special needs child. She could give example after example of how she used Trig for her benefit, without having to share in the responsibility of his care, other than paying a babysitter. Palin could devote a couple of chapters to the discussion of the absurdity of having a “special needs child” who didn’t have his “ordinary” needs met, and yet people were so gullible that they hailed Sarah as a devout mother.
Confessions of the Rogue IV: The Common Sense Conservative Without Common Sense.
The volume would highlight the absurdity of appearing on a national news network for three years to give commentary about things Sarah Palin knew nothing about. From building dikes to commenting on a Blood Libel, Palin could give specific and numerous examples of talking about things she knew nothing about. The final chapter of this book would be a recitation of the multiple interviews she gave with Katie Couric that should have alerted anybody that she was speaking of things she knew nothing about.
Confessions of the Rogue V: Joking with the GOP
This volume would highlight the many Republicans who spoke out about their feelings on Sarah Palin, and people still gave her money. Sarah would laugh at the absurdity of calling herself a Republican, while doing so much damage to the Republican Party. She could cite McCain’s unwillingness to endorse her for President, even though he picked her as his V.P. running mate. She could also mention that the GOP didn’t even invite her to speak at the Republican convention in 2012.
Confessions of the Rogue VI: Pimps, Prostitutes, and the Palins
This would be the last in the series and would highlight the audacity of having a husband working as a pimp for her own Secret Service Agent. Palin could use pictures to drive home the point that while David Chaney was “checking her out” and Sarah pretended to be offended, she was actually glad to be in such “hot” company.