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I wasn't a big fan of Sarah Palin until I read this. She's way hotter, smarter, and more powerful than I had imagined. I do wish she would use her mutant powers for good, though, instead of trying to block healthcare reform. Not everyone has Wolverine's recuperative abilities.
When I first heard about "Going Rogue", I was excited to hear what Sarah Palin had to say about the election, her ideas about policies, and the direction that the communist fascist Obama was taking our country.
Imagine my shock and surprise to find out - this book is about witchcraft.
Oh, they dress it up as "mutant powers." But it's all there - people flying about, women with white hair (which my grandmother taught me was a sign of witchcraft - that's why she shaved her head every day of her life after she turned 40).
And why did they feel the need to add the sex appeal? Look at the picture of Sarah Palin on the cover of this book. First of all, her hair doesn't look anything like that. And she wouldn't be caught dead in green and yellow, unlike John McCain who had that horrible green background when he gave that speech the night Obama accepted the nomination.
But look how skin tight they make her outfit! Everyone knows Sarah Palin is drop dead sexy - but she would never scoop to wearing the skintight outfit they show her wearing here.
Personally, I'm shocked that Palin would allow her story of "Going Rogue" to be depicted this way. Though, I'm glad they included all of the pictures - I didn't have to read the words, though I'm not sure which one of the character is suppose to be Obama, which one is McCain, and which one is Trip.
It does say this is #1, so I guess they'll make a sequel. Hopefully they'll get it right and show Palin shootin' some wolves.