“Going Rogue: An American Life,” is the title of Sarah Palin’s memoir, which is due to be released on November 17. A day before that, however, she is going to sit down with the talkshow queen, Oprah Winfrey. This should be a very interesting rendezvous to say the least!
Sarah Palin is still the topic of speculation for many tabloids. She has not escaped their curiosity, and this time, the reports are that she and husband Todd are getting a divorce. They have allegedly been involved in their own affairs, hence the decision.
According to the governor, though, all the rumors are unfounded. Her spokeswoman stated: “Yet again, some so-called journalists have decided to make up a story. There is no truth to the recent ‘story’ (and story is the correct term for this type of fiction) that the Palins are divorcing.”
Letterman’s joke about Palin’s daughter elicited various responses. At the end of the day, he was forced to make a public apology, which Palin accepted. It seems that this was not enough to stop protesters from picketing outside the studio where the show is taped, though. Well, you can’t please everyone.
The host has apologized for making that joke about Palin’s daughter. He said that he “told a joke that was beyond flawed” and that his “intent is completely meaningless compared to the perception” of the joke by viewers. Apology accepted?
We all remember how Jay Leno’s career propelled to the top – not JUST because of his “What were you thinking?” question thrown at Hugh Grant, but that did play a part. Many are thinking that Letterman’s joke about Palin’s daughter might just do it for him as well. What do you think?
She may have lost her bid for the vice presidency but she is not far from over. Sarah Palin recently signed a book deal with HarperCollins to “tell my story and Alaska’s story.” Would you read what she has to say?
Not about his political moves or policies, but because of a joke he made while he was on Jay Leno’s show. Obama mentioned something about the Special Olympics and how his bowling scores were just about the same as those in the event. Palin took offense, having a child with Down’s syndrome. Understandable.