Could this ambitious effort indicate that some folks are, uh, nervous about Sarah Palin’s political prowess? Maybe.
“Going Rouge: Sarah Palin, An American Nightmare” was released smack in the middle of the former Alaska governor’s book tour showcasing her bestselling autobiography, “Going Rogue: An American Story.”
Richard Kim and Betsy Reed, senior editors at The Nation magazine, edited this clone book loaded with liberal counterpoint against Mrs. Palin, including a cover nearly identical to the original. They call her “an American obsession that just won’t go away.”
But is it all that clever? This marks the fourth time in recent weeks that the waggish “Going Rouge” has been used in a new book title about Mrs. Palin — and one of those titles is a coloring book.
The newest “Rouge” volume includes observations by Joe Conason, Mark Hertsgaard, Naomi Klein, Frank Rich, Hanna