Unbelievable that after all of this time Palin still tries to pass herself off as a former journalist.
Bitch, you read a few sports scores and banged a visiting college basketball player.
THAT is not a career in journalism.
Here is a bit more courtesy of NFW Daily News:
Two women from widely different ends of the political spectrum took a close look at America’s sharply divided political scene Friday night at Northwest Florida State College.
Speaking to a crowd numbering in the hundreds at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin and Donna Brazile, a Democratic political strategist who managed Al Gore’s 2000 bid for the presidency, debuted their program titled “Bridging the Political Divide.” While they have little in common politically, the two modern political icons are known for speaking their minds on issues of the day.
And in speaking their minds Friday, Brazile and Palin found agreement on this point: If America is to move beyond its current political divide, it will be at the hands of individual voters.
“It’s important for all of you to stand up now and demand better of your elected officials,” Palin said.
“It’s so important that we get involved in the (political) process. We’re at a very important inflection point in our democracy.” Brazile said. “We’re lending them (elected officials) our power.”
This is literally the only coverage I could find of the presentation online.
Which is kind of understandable since from that brief description it sounds like a real snoozefest.
“Numbering in the hundreds?” So what was that, two hundred?
There was a time when these two could have packed the house with thousands since Palin was once a lightning rod for controversy and Brazile was once a respected political operative.
But those days are clearly well behind them.
They could not even pack the house when the cost of admission is a can of beets.