“America by Heart” is back! I’m very excited that HarperCollins has released “America By Heart” this month in paperback. I hope you’ll enjoy the changes and the new cover photo showing an iconic day of riding at the Reagan Ranch. It was such an honor to experience President Reagan’s beautiful ranch and then speak later that day at the Young America’s Foundation’s 100th anniversary celebration of President Reagan’s birthday.
(What? NO photo-op with Nancy Reagan? How odd! Gee I wonder if that could be for the same reason that Margaret Thatcher snubbed her loser ass?)
I love the outdoor image for “America By Heart” because the book reflects the values that President Reagan held dear. I explain in my book my decision to use a quote from Reagan as my closing statement during the 2008 vice-presidential debate because his words perfectly expressed our need to preserve and protect the values that made America great. It’s why we won’t give up the fight for what is right. (Isn't necrophilia still illegal in this country?)
The quote I used in the debate against Joe Biden was this:
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the blood-stream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States when men were free.” (Yes except when Reagan said this he was talking about fighting it out during elections, NOT threatening to start a civil war because there was a black man in the White House. Big difference.)
“America By Heart” was written from my heart (Apparently here the word "heart" refers to the numerous previously written books she had her ghostwriter steal almost ALL of this book's contents from.) about “the principles that have made our country great—keeping our government limited, our markets free, and our families strong.” And, as I note in my introduction, “these principles, like all fundamental human truths, are not self-reinforcing. They have to be remembered, cherished, and taught to new generations of Americans.”
I do hope you’ll enjoy the encouragement and historical lessons the book provides. Keep the faith!
- Sarah Palin
The "historical lessons?" I do not think I would take too many historical lessons from a woman who once claimed that Paul Revere "warned the British that they would not be taking our guns by ringing bells" But then being a liberal I'm just a stickler for those silly facts.
So yeah this is just the same shit, different day.
Speaking of different day, did ANYBODY else notice something missing from the book's cover?
Here take a better look.
Yeah like wearing a down vest is adequate in hiding the fact that the Belmont girls got left behind that trip.
You see this is the kind of overconfidence you get when you fool people into thinking you were pregnant by using a square pillow.
Especially when they can still find hard copies of the book in a bargain bin marked down to $1.99 right next to your what's left of your tattered and faded political career. (Correction: Apparently the hardcover of America by Heart is available fro 95 cents. Sorry for the exaggeration.)