Sarah Palin’s new book has no index.

So says Andrew Malcolm, and if true, that is probably the funniest thing that I’ve read all day*. But what Going Rogue: An American Life will have is this:

e) She settles scores with some of those brave McCain folks who as genuine teammates in battle anonymously leaked unhelpful things about her to journalists during the campaign. Ms. P helpfully provides their names.

Andrew’s one of the few mainstream journalists who cares about the Wasilla Church Burning**, so I think that we can safely assume that he’s enjoying the prospect of names being named, too.

Moe Lane

*The joke in DC is that the first thing that anybody in this town does when they see a new political memoir is out is to flip to the back and look him or herself up. Not going to happen on this one, which is perhaps cruel of the former Governor.

**Eleven months, at this point. And no, I don’t enjoy bringing this topic up: while I enjoy hate mail as much as the next person, the kind that I get when I mention this issue typically smells bad. The kind of smell you associate with public restrooms in major metropolitan train stations.

Crossposted to RedState.

2 thoughts on “Sarah Palin’s new book has no index.”

  1. You actually get hate mail when you mention the arson/attempted murder at Palin’s church?!

    That rather strikes me as the senders of that hate mail knowing full well why it happened, and wanting desperately to shut you up about it.

    1. I wish: then I could forward it to the proper authorities.

      It’s more of the how-dare-I-call-that-event-a-hate-crime, with a subtext of “they deserved it anyway.”

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