LIMBAUGH: What Sarah Palin actually said

A review of ‘The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Pain in Her Own Words’

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On the other hand, much of the positive reaction to Mrs. Palin is rooted in her contagious love for America and American ideals. At a time when political correctness reigns in our culture, Mrs. Palin unapologetically articulates traditional values, vigorously challenging those who are bent on denigrating this nation and always making excuses for it. Mrs. Palin’s supporters are uplifted by her patriotism and her enthusiasm for economic and political liberty. This fine book won’t appeal merely to die-hard supporters of Mrs. Palin, but to those who have been grossly misled about what she’s made of and who she is. Read it.

David Limbaugh is a nationally syndicated columnist and the author of four New York Times best-sellers.

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