Oh, man. This is just priceless. The Nation is putting out it's own version of "Going Rogue" to compete along side of the ghost-written one of Sarah Palin's: Going Rouge: An American Nightmare. I wonder how many of Sarah's troglodytes are going to make the mistake of buying this version? LOL.
Oh, and if you like this, you're definitely going to like this: Going Rouge: The Sarah Palin Rogue Coloring & Activity Book. It literally let's us all put lipstick on the pig.
From Entertainment Weekly by way of Animal New York (with a h/t @emokidsloveme):
We know that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin can hunt, and even field-dress a moose, but how will she take to poachers on her book sales? Start-up publisher OR Books has announced plans to publish Going Rouge: Sarah Palin An American Nightmare, a collection of essays about the maverick Republican with a title — and cover design — remarkably similar to Palin’s upcoming memoir. What’s more, OR’s paperback tome will be released on Nov. 17, the same day that Palin’s own Going Rogue: An American Life hits shelves — and one day after Palin’s just-announced, first-ever appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s show. (A shout-out to Ron Hogan at GalleyCat for the tip.)
Going Rouge is compiled by Richard Kim and Betsy Reed, two top editors of the left-leaning weekly The Nation, and includes essays by Nation regulars like Katrina vanden Heuvel, Naomi Klein, and Katha Pollitt. It’s the first release from OR Books, a fledgling outfit founded earlier this year by publishing veterans John Oakes and Colin Robinson that “embraces progressive change in politics, culture and the way we do business,” according to its website.