Sarah’s book, Good Tidings Great sommin-sommin over on Amazon.com does not enjoy the protected security afforded her by Facebook volunteer minions who spend hour after hour reading comments and hitting delete delete as rapidly as possible so as to preserve her fake image. Instead, book reviews are offered and the public gets to decide which are valid and useful reviews.
So while I was there checking on her current book sales (really really low btw) I scrolled down to view the comments. Here are the first three. They are – imho – priceless and I’m guessing not exactly what Sarah had in mind. Oh well – suck it up Buttercup your book’s been out for about a week and already it’s gasping for air…
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60 of 70 people found the following review helpful
Is the Pope Catholic? Not according to Sister Sarah.
By Kevin on November 18, 2013
It’s my favorite time of year again! It comes earlier every year and grows in strength every time. Is it Thanksgiving? No. Christmas? Closer.
It’s the War on Christmas, that festive time of year when we reflect on the true meaning of making sure other people know there is a war against Christmas.
What would you say is the greatest threat to the greatest of holidays Jesus gave to us? Is it over-commercialisation, which Charlie Brown was complaining about back in the ’60s? Or the fact that Christmas shopping next year will start just after St. Patrick’s Day? Or just the general un-Christmas like behavior of people fighting for parking spaces and hot new toys at the mall while ignoring their families at home?
If you answered any of the above three, you’re probably one of those godless liberals who need this book. No my friend, the answer of course is those atheists, bah-humbuging this joyous time for all of us and trying to take it back to the Roman Saturnalia, where men would give each other gifts, drink and fornicate with each other. Wouldn’t those sodomites forcing equal marriage on us love that?
Sarah Palin, truly the voice of our grandparent’s generation, bravely sets out to right this wrong. Christmas isn’t about sharing the holiday quietly with your family. It’s about shoving it down the throats of people who don’t believe (or don’t believe hard enough), and creating animosity and fear so we get rid of those people stopping us from spreading a holiday about peace and good will to all men.
This is a book necessary for this day and age, not just a cheap cash-in that can be rolled out every holiday until consistency=tradition. I will share this book with my loved years every year, and keep it prominently on my shelf right next to my copy of Ayn Rand’s It’s a Wonderful Life, where Mr. Potter is praised for his cleverness, and Clarence lets George kill himself for creating a culture of dependency.
87 of 104 people found the following review helpful
Not Just for Remedial Readers.
By Clive Hazell on November 16, 2013
I had a dream that instructed me to follow a star in the night sky to purchase this book. I don’t usually buy books because the nearest book shop is miles from my trailer park. Buying it on Amazon was super convenient, and I could do it from the office of my trailer park. The book was just as I had dreamed it would be. It was a clarion call for people like me, with more tattoos than teeth, to fight to protect Christmas. It’s not just a holiday for getting drunk and overspending at Walmart, it is a celebration of our little lord Jesus and his gift to humanity. Speaking of gifts…I didn’t even know Sarah Palin could write…but boy can she ever. Some of the sentences were really hard to read but mostly she is careful to avoid big words, and this makes it easier to read. I am sending this to all my family who won’t be able to join me for Christmas. Just because they have limited books at their prison library doesn’t mean my family (who are all Sarah Palin fans) shouldn’t have the chance to read her powerful words. I will say it was a bit tiring to read it because there are a lot of pages and my mouth got tired from sounding out all the words, but don’t give up. I also want to mention, that when libruls say Sister Sarah is a low information shrieky howler monkey with all the subtlety of a jackhammer on a hangover in August, they are lie-telling. Get this book for all the inmates in your family.
38 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Palintology, the study of a fossilized brain in the head of a deluded opportunist, driven to deliver Christmas anger not joy.
By Sam Twain on November 18, 2013
Happy holidays to this dress wearing monster. Great joy is not found within these pages. Instead Christmas becomes a place of seething anger and bitterness.