Oink, Oink!

Hi sweetie, I'm Joe McGinnis!

Sarah Palin practices politics as lap dance, and we’re the suckers who pay the price. Members of our jaded national press corps eagerly stuff hundred-dollar bills into her G-string, even as they wink at one another to show that they don’t take her seriously.

– Joe McGinniss, The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin

I didn’t think things could get any nastier than they were in 2008. I was wrong.

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23 Responses to Oink, Oink!

  1. crawdad says:

    Dr. Freud could write a whole new book on the progressive obsession with sex and Sarah Palin. How do you slut-shame a mother of five who has been married to the same guy for over twenty years?

  2. myiq2xu says:

    Joel Pollack:

    It is a fitting conclusion to a book in which McGinniss often uses sex to mock Palin and her family.

    McGinniss contends, for example, that in high school Palin had a “proclivity for sleeping naked on athletic trips.” (Source: a “schoolmate.”) He relates a claim that as mayor of Wasilla, Palin put on her “biggest push-up bra” and used her “titties” to win city council votes. (Source: “someone who knew her well at the time.”) He includes a quote stating that Mayor Palin was happiest when “her boobs were sticking out good and her pants were good and tight…” (Source: an “acquaintance.”)

    He also sexualizes Palin’s popularity in Alaska, claiming there was something more than political to the state’s “infatuation” with her. “Men with dominatrix fantasies took note,” he says, of a column in the Anchorage Daily News that praised her decisions in her first weeks as governor, finding sexual innuendo in the following: “There’s something refreshing about Palin. She’s like your high school English teacher, quite capable of scolding when necessary.”

    Sex was even the key, McGinniss suggests, to Palin’s vice-presidential ambitions in 2008. When a Weekly Standard cruise docked in Alaska in 2007 with several leading conservative writers aboard, Palin arranged a lunch with them. She won them over, McGinniss claims, “[b]asking in the adulation of these older men and glorying in her ability to seduce them,” though they declined her efforts to tempt them with dinner.

    And yet, the contradiction: Palin is sexually frigid, says McGinniss. He writes of her sex life with her husband, Todd: “Neither did Sarah find nourishment in the joy of sexual intimacy with her husband. ‘Todd complained a lot about never having sex with Sarah,’ a friend of his tells me….One former houseguest says Sarah’s aversion to intimacy was so extreme that she didn’t even like to think about other people having sex.”

    I can picture Keith Olbermann reading the book and giggling.

    • 1539days says:

      The millions who buy Palin’s books would never buy this shit. Most liberals above the level of raw sewage will have no interest in reading or owning the book. You can pretty reliably assume anyone who has this in their personal library has a serious character flaw and more than a few psychological problems.

      • Monster From The Id says:

        Or else didn’t realize what kind of book it was before s/he bought it.

        But yes, McGinniss’s “journalism” isn’t just yellow, it’s chartreuse. 😛

    • votermom says:

      You know what really creeps me out? They had the perv who wrote that crap living right next door to them.
      My younger kid is about the same age as Piper and I get shudders thinking about it.
      Ew. Ew. Ew.

    • fif says:

      Wow…a very scary look into the mind of McGinniss. Now we know why he traveled all the way to Alaska and got a house next door, and what he was fantasizing about as he looked over the fence into Palin’s yard. Sexually frustrated much Joe? It’s a good thing he go the “real story” on her intimate life with Todd. I really needed to know that to evaluate her public policy decisions.

      Sick, sick, sick.

      BTW: you can tell she’s really “workin’ it” when she is wearing her outdoor gear in Alaska. Verrry provocative.

  3. Mimi says:

    This writing minds me of really whacked out old religious pervy WOMAN. What were the publishers thinking?

    McGinniss tells us a lot about himself but not much about Palin. Taken in context with Suskind’s bombshell we can see that Obama-ism attracts a certain kind of male and the women who enable them. Insecure, adolescent, voyeuristic, unsophisticated, and rather dumb come to mind. They seem frozen in that 12 to 13 year old excited, scared, bombastic, confused phase of sexual development. It is Peter Pan as a political movement.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    As the NYT mentioned, McGinnis could have written this from his own home.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    A question for our fishing hole attorneys, how close are we to a defamation lawsuit ? It’s almost as though McGinnis and the tabloids are trying to force the Palins into another time consuming expensive fight (see: Alaska ethics complaints).


    HEADLINE: Todd Palin ‘will file for divorce and advisers tell Sarah White House dream is over’ after release of explosive biography
    Advisers say press would have a ‘field day’ probing into her past if she ran for presidency

    Sources say Tea Party darling has been ‘destroyed’ by tell-all book

    Todd plans to file for divorce, fed up with wife’s scandals

    McGinniss says Palin is a ‘fraud’, ‘hypocrite’ and a ‘tenth-grade mean girl’

  6. votermom says:

    It looks like even McGinnis is worried about how unverifiable his pack of lies is:

    Breitbart, the guy who hacked Weiner’s twitter account (not!), publishes a supposedly leaked email from McGinnis to a PDS blogger that was his source, complaining that none of the juicy stuff he blogged about can be substantiated. Wow, a PDS blogger making stuff up. Inconceivable!

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