Sarah Palin Tries to Take Credit for Obama’s Nobel Speech

On Friday’s O’Reilly Factor guest host Laura Ingrham was running through the conservative reaction to Obama’s Nobel speech, which most conservatives praised, except for Sarah Palin who tried to take credit for the speech by saying, “I thumbed through my book this morning to say wow, that really sounded familiar.”

Here is the video courtesy of Media Matters:

Palin said, “I liked what he said. In fact, I thumbed through my book this morning to say wow that really sounded familiar.” Instead of praising the president’s speech, Palin tries to take credit for it. She made it seem like Obama got the ideas in his speech from her reading her book. However, she would be hard pressed to find anything close to Obama’s speech in her ghostwritten fairy tale.

Isn’t it interesting that Sarah Palin had to thumb through the book, when you consider that she supposedly wrote? Sarah did also manage to work in a plug for the book. I was shocked that she didn’t something like I thumbed through a copy of my book, which is available at bookstores everywhere.

If Palin’s book becomes the blue print for conservatism then the Republican Party is in a world of trouble. I wish that she could point out the passage in her book that Obama took his speech from. Of course in order to do this she would have actually had to have read her book, and it is questionable that she has.

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  2. that her ghost-writer (and bigot extraordinaire), Lynn Vincent, stole from the bible and St Augustine…

    and that other people might have read both.

    And might have ideas about them.

    Furthermore, her book is indecipherable and no person who values the English language would lift anything from it. It mis-attributes quotes re Plato and Aristotle, for pete’s sake.

    I’m telling you that this book is an offense against language. It made me weep. The most appalling thing, aside from the endless lies, were its crimes against language.

    I haven’t finished yet because you have to stop every page for your own safety and take a break.

    She’s textbook narcissist.

  3. The best thing we can do to limit the volume of thought and atmosphere that Palin can occupy is to refrain from buying the book! She broke out of political responsibility to fleece dollars off of the political landscape with continued hyperbole and psyhcobabble. I couldn’t imagine that she would be any better editorially than she is vocally.

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