Sarah Palin has "gone rogue" again and told Sean Hannity that the Fort Hood shooter and murderer, Nidal Hasan should have been profiled by the Military. Palin will arrive in Fort Hood for her book signing on December 4th. She is donating her book royalties to the victims of the attack on the Texas Military base. See video below.
While the New York Daily news says that Palin's visit has "sparked controvery," their own poll, this minute shows that 68% believes it is a good gesture, and grieving troops will appreciate it. Thirty one percent think it wrong for her to "try to get PR" out of the tragedy." You can vote in that poll here.
...area pastor, Dan Galanffy, 60, said "she can probably provide some healing that is needed and some truth and honesty that is also needed."CBS makes a point to say that Palin will bypass "liberal-leaning cities such as Seattle, San Franciso,Philadelphia and Los Angeles. Instead, she is stopping in Sioux City, Iowa; Noblesville, Indiana; Washington, Pennsylvania; and Rochester, New York. With this veiled elitest statement, CBS doesn't even realize that her book is breaking sales records as never before - no moonbats needed.
Tina andreadis, a spokeswoman for Palin's publisher, said the Fort Hood visit was planned before the shooting and that the Army has since "reinforced their invitation, saying it would boost the troops' morale."
From the Wall Street Journal, November 17th:
Sarah Palin’s memoir just hit the stands today but demand for “Going Rogue: An American Life” is so strong that HarperCollins Publishers is going back to press for an additional 100,000 run, bringing the total number of hard-covers in print to 1.6 million copies.By the way, in Grand Rapids, Michigan about 1,500 people turned out at the Barnes and Noble today for the Palin Book Tour. "Scores more" couldn't get a wristband, awaited Palin's arrival outside, braving the cold and yelling. "USA!" and 'Sarah, Sarah!"
UPDATE: Three major booksellers declined to release sales figures for “Going Rogue” on Tuesday. However, a spokeswoman for Amazon.com Inc.’s Web site noted in an email that the title “is already one of our bestselling nonfiction books of 2009.” At 2:40 p.m., the book ranked No. 1 on Amazon’s list of best sellers, with six customer reviews and 393 customer discussions. Amazon is selling the book for $14.50, a 50% discount from its $28.99 retail price.
She's a person of faith, she has a family, she has gone through a lot of the trials and tribulations we have. I'd vote for her in a heartbeat," said Lana Smith, a dispatcher at a bus company who took the day off work and had been waiting in line since 5:30 a.m.Watch the first video below to listen to the Grand Rapids crowd and see Palin's arrival. You'll love this video.