Oprah Winfrey's production company has announced that Sarah Palin will be on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" on Monday, November 16th. Palin will be promoting her new book entitled Going Rogue: An American Life which gives readers an inside look at what exactly happened during the 2008 presidential campaign. In Going Rogue, Palin confirms that she had wanted to speak on election night, but that the McCain camp did not let her. In fact, she writes that she was essentially kept "bottled up" from reporters during the entire campaign.
The book is an autobiography of Palin in many ways. It follows her journey from childhood all the way through her decision to step down as governor of Alaska last summer.
One of the most interesting tidbits in the book is when Palin reveals that she received a $500,000 bill from the McCain campaign for vetting her for the VP position.
A $500,000 bill?
Palin writes that when she asked the McCain campaign if it would help her pay the bill, she was told that McCain's campaign would have paid all the bills if they had won.
Since McCain lost he was sticking her with the bill.
What a standup guy.
I guess this is one more confirmation regading what we all knew about John McCain all along.
In any event, Sarah Palin is back in the public eye and will be appearing on Oprah on Monday. However, the filming for the Oprah episode has already been completed. Posted below is a brief snippet from Oprah's interview of Palin.....
But with the return of Sarah Palin also comes the return of the cruel liberal attack dogs. One liberal in particular thought that he would be really funny and make a mock commercial for "Going Rogue" in which he repeatedly portrays Sarah Palin as being mentally challenged. The video of this mock commercial for "Going Rogue" is posted below.....
So what do you think of Sarah Palin's return to public life? Do you think that Sarah Palin is preparing for a presidential run in 2012? Do you think that Oprah Winfrey will be fair to her? Would you vote for Sarah Palin if she runs in the next presidential election? Leave a comment below with your thoughts.....