SARAH’S HERE, SARAH’S THERE, SARAH IS EVERYWHERE!


Here’s just a little glimpse into the excitement the former governor of Alaska has created in the last few days with her ‘Going Rogue’ book tour.  It’s amazing that she sold 300,000 books in just one day!  Take a look at her first stop –

Nov. 16 – The Oprah Show

(extra footage from the interview) not a very friendly audience

The Left and the media might hate her, but Sarah Palin is a ratings sensation.

Such appears to be the case given the announcement that Monday’s episode of “Oprah” was the most watched for the daytime talk queen in two years.

Nov. 17 – National Review Online Interview

The Rogue, on the Record
A chat with Sarah.

By Rich Lowry & Robert Costa

Former Alaska governor and Going Rogue author Sarah Palin talked to NRO this afternoon in a wide-ranging and frank interview.

She thinks President Obama’s bow to the emperor of Japan reflects an attitude that America should be “subservient to other countries”; characterizes Newt Gingrich’s thinking on NY-23 as reflective of a “political machine”; thinks that South Carolina voters should consider sending Sen. Lindsey Graham a message by supporting a conservative primary challenger; calls the media’s treatment of Carrie Prejean “unfair”; and says she would give John McCain “the benefit of the doubt” in their dispute over whether she was charged with fees for her vetting. And oh, yeah — her anonymous critics don’t have “guts,” and she’s not a David Brooks fan.

“That was a mistake,” Palin says of the Obama bow. “It was symbolic of, perhaps, our country being led to believe that we are subservient to other countries.” She says she would “like to see us head more in the direction of Ronald Reagan’s thinking — knowing that we are a very, very blessed nation and a superpower.” She adds, “We can get there through a position of strength and not believing that we have to kowtow or bow to anybody.” Asked if she would have bowed, she replies, “No, sir.”

Nov. 18 – Grand Rapids MI

Thousands cheer Palin in Mich. for book tour

Todd Shaffer, 38, of East Lansing, Mich., in foreground, waits in line with hundreds of people at a Barnes and Noble bookstore Wednesday morning Nov. 18, 2009 for a wristband that would give them a chance to have Sarah Palin sign their copies of her new book, "Going Rogue," at a book signing that evening in Grand Rapids, Mich. Shaffer described himself as a Palin supporter who wanted a chance to meet the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, whom he says has been a pioneer for women

Next Stop – Kentwood MI

5:50 p.m. | Proving the axiom that power does hold some privileges, state Rep. Kevin Elsenheimer, the Republican leader of the House of Representatives from Bellaire, was able to skirt the lengthy line and get his two copies of “Going Rogue” signed ahead of the thousand or so people who waited hours. “I feel bad. I’m kind of hanging my head low,” he said as he made his way through a crowd of media. “We just really appreciate that she made Michigan her first stop.”

5:30 p.m. | Palin comes out of the bus, clad in a red and black jacket and black skirt and carrying her son Trig. She tells the people gathered outside that she was thrilled to be back in Michigan.

“Alaska and Michigan have so much in common with the huntin’ and the fishin’ and the hockey moms,” she said “This is the heart of industry in America.”

She also answered random questions from the media as she made her way from the outside stage to the bookstore. She said she thought the new mammogram guidelines set a dangerous precedent.

And she also said that the Newsweek cover photo of her in a pair of shorts was “quite cheesy. I never would have posed for Newsweek like that.”

5:26 p.m. | Palin’s bus pulls up to Woodland Mall in Kentwood. A cheer erupts. No sign of her yet, though.

Next Stop – Fox Studios/Sean Hannity Interview

Thanks to Patriots and Heroes on the Patriots Network here for posting the entire hour of Sean’s interview

( this is the opening segment)

Nov. 18 – Also taped Interview with Bill O’Reilly for airing on Nov 19, 20 and 23

Nov. 19 – Fort Wayne IN

Palin Fans Flock  To Indiana Book Signing

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Kevin Rader/Eyewitness News

Fort Wayne and Noblesville – Former Alaska Governor and Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin visited Indiana Thursday to promote her memoir, Going Rogue.

Thousands of people waited for hours outside of a Hamilton County bookstore for the chance to meet her. She first stopped in Fort Wayne to sign her new autobiography before coming to Noblesville for another book signing.

It started in the early morning hours.  Hoosiers in Fort Wayne lined up at Mejier to get the chance to meet Sarah Palin.

“I can’t wait to read the book. I bought it this morning. I wanted to get her signature,” said Christy Kroft.

Shopper buys Palin's book at Borders in Noblesville IN

Crowds waiting to enter Borders in Noblesville IN to meet Palin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov. 20 – Cincinnati OH

WVXU 91.7 CincinnatiFans not disappointed with Sarah Palin book signing
By Ann Thompson
11/20/2009 1:20:22 PM

Sarah Palin stopped in Cincinnati this afternoon as part of her book tour, and was greeted by more than one-thousand fans. WVXU’s Ann Thompson reports.

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