The Quitter is causing quite a stir with reports that she’ll be releasing a $1 million-dollar hagiography in Iowa, just in time for the caucuses. And based on early reviews, it appears that at some point, God instructed her to drive the English from Fairbanks.
It might just be Sarah Palin’s last chance to re-establish herself as a viable presidency candidate ahead of the 2012 US elections in the wake of a disastrous PR run. A new film commissioned by Palin, the former governor of Alaska, will present her as a Joan of Arc-like figure beset at every turn by vicious leftwing enemies seeking to thwart her ambition of reviving the conservative legacy of Ronald Reagan.
Rife with religious imagery, the movie will chart Palin’s rise from Alaskan “soccer mom” to vice-presidential candidate. [...] RealClearPolitics reports that the film makes “unmistakable allusions to Palin as a Joan of Arc-like figure”.
I can see that!
Consider: not only was Joan illiterate, but Katie Couric and the rest of the lamestream media totally remind one of the English army, led by Henry VI, er, President Obama.
And I guess that whole being burned at the stake thing was when Charles Gibson asked The Quitter all those mean questions and everyone pointed and laughed.