July 2, 2011

The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin

The Quotable Rogue by Matt Lewis is a book that gives Sarah Palin quotes. If you like her, this is a must-read. Even if you don’t like her, it is an interesting read that might make you like her more… or less.

Book Description
“Inspiring, impactful, and revealing words from political and cultural icon Sarah Palin.

Many a pundit has tried to define Sarah Palin, but this is one woman who chooses not to wear labels imposed by others but instead to define herself by her own words and actions. Today she is one of the most sought after speakers and commentators and is poised to help to frame the issues in the 2010 election and beyond. The Quotable Rogue encapsulates Palin’s thoughts on such salient issues as health care, taxes, and government spending, the right to life, climate change, what it means for a politician to serve the people, and more.

• “We need to spend more time lifting up America instead of apologizing for the greatest country on earth.”
• “How’s that hopey-changey thing workin’ out for you?”
• “My dad always says, ‘Don’t retreat, just reload.’ Don’t let anybody tell you to sit down and shut up.”

Matt Lewis is a writer, blogger and commentator based in Alexandria, VA. He currently serves as a senior contributor for The Daily Caller.” – The Quotable Rogue

My Thoughts
The Quotable Rogue is actually a good read. Regardless of your personal feelings towards Sarah Palin, the quotes in this collection of things she has said shows that she does really love America. The book is divided into categories of things that Palin has said ranging from her take on family, faith, economics, the environment, the Tea Party Movement, and much more.

The quotes show Palin as being strong, patriotic, caring, and someone who knows her stuff. This is different than we sometimes see her in the media, but we all know how the media often skews the perception of people too, don’t we?

Personally, I find her highly interesting and enjoyed reading what she has said about things and reading about what she has done. For instance, did you know that she officiated at a wedding in Wasilla at the local Wal-Mart? She did!

Overall, I quite enjoyed this book. It isn’t a boring political read at all, and is suitable for fans or haters of the former Governor of Alaska. I recommend it to anyone who likes her or just wants to know more about things she has really said.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hmmm I don't really like her, but I don't hate her either. I may read it if I find it somewhere though.