Christine O'Donnell will not be joining Sarah Palin to speak at the Iowa Tea Party rally. In fact, the funny part of this breaking update is that she isn't the one who pulled out of the event. It seems that people aren't really interested in anything she has to say.
Sources report that Charlie Gruschow, a coordinator for the event, has redacted the invitation extended to Christine O'Donnell for the event. The reason why her invitation has been pulled, is because of the overwhelmingly negative responses the organization received for including the woman.
Christine O'Donnell is certainly good for a few good laughs now and then, but she certainly isn't serious enough to be considered for such a high-profile rally as the upcoming Iowa event. Sure, the Tea Party isn't anything to be taken seriously either, but they don't need to be looked at as any more of a joke that they already are.
Well, this at least will give the airheaded political failure a chance to pump her new book titled "Troublemaker," which probably isn't really that good. Piers Morgan tried like crazy to get her to talk about some of the points in it, and instead of answering his questions she stomped off the set like a 5-year-old throwing a tantrum. Maybe she just didn't want to give away her book contents before cashing in on the sales! Chances are it will be available at a convenience store or WalMart near you within a few months -- at a large discount. Remember when "Going Rogue," by Sarah Palin was released? You can buy the hardback for under $10.00. That's ridiculously cheap for a hardback book, especially one that debuted at over $25.00!
"Troublemaker," seems to be only half as cleverly written; and that isn't a compliment on Palin's ghostwritten tripe either.
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