previous post there was this guy working for Fox News for eight years who is now gleefully dishing in a new book about the online "talent" and the atmosphere at the most slanted news outlet in America.
So of course you KNOW he had to eventually get to Palin:
“She is every bit as good-looking, and is also every bit as dumb, as they say,” he says.
“We knew immediately it was not working out with her.”
Palin exhibited “the worst type of diva behavior” while collecting $2 million a year from Fox, and “could not be bothered,” Muto said.
“We had to track her down and beg her to be on the show, and she was under contract.”
Okay I am guessing that Muto has not seen Palin recently and is probably still rememebering what she looked like back in 2009 in order to say somethig like "She is every bit as good-looking" as people say. However there is no doubt the "and is every bit as dumb, as they say" is still factually correct.
So here she quits her job pretending to run the state of Alaska, to have a book written on her behalf that she can take credit for, and to become a paid contributor to Fox News. A job which she forces people to hunt her down in order to make her do
Yep that sounds like the Sarah Palin we know and loathe.
This in fact may be the EASIEST job that Palin could have ever talked somebody into giving her, and she was such a fucking diva she could not even do THAT with any enthusiasm.
And people seriously believe that she would want to serve in the Senate?
Essentially the woman wants to be paid simply to exist.
Speaking of being paid simply to exist, here is Seattle Weekly's response to Palin's ghostwriter's attack on them after one of their reporters pointed out that very thing:
We were delighted to discover that Sarah Palin is a regular reader of Seattle Weekly and that she has such a strong opinion on the direction of our content. While I disagree with her accusations of elitism, I welcome her contribution to the conversation. Like Mrs. Palin, I extend my congratulations to the graduating class of Republic High School. Unlike the former governor, I urge the students not to judge their fellow citizens solely by the circumstances of their upbringing. Whether born and raised in a city or a small town, as I was, every one of us deserves the opportunity to contribute to our community and to be judged by the integrity and honesty with which we live our lives. Thanks for reading.
Oooh, now that is going to leave a mark!
Yep nobody is much impressed with the Queen of Mean's petty middle school tantrums these days.