Saturday, July 16, 2011

‘The Undefeated’ Review: A Profoundly Important Game-changer (Especially For Me)

Ed. Note: “The Undefeated begins its theatrical run today. You can find theatres and purchase tickets here (I also urge you to bookmark the indispensable site, Conservatives for Palin).  An interview with writer/director Steve Bannon can be heard at the end of this review. — JN

It’s been almost three years since I, along with many others, was introduced to Governor Sarah Palin. In that time we have been saturated with coverage of her and just about everybody on the left and the right, has had the opportunity to get to know who she is and what they think of her.

At least that’s what I thought.

Admittedly, it took me some time to actually post this review of the recently released film “The Undefeated” about Sarah Palin’s meteoric rise to fame. It took time because, for numerous reasons, Sarah Palin is an emotional topic for a lot of people.

She seems to be one of those national figures that you either love with adoring affection, or hate with an uncontrollable rage. Rarely have I met someone who simply doesn’t have an opinion of her. Many pretend to, but most you can see through. At least I can. I can see through it because my opinion of her was much more specific than I ever liked to admit.

Certainly I believed that the media had been incredibly unkind to her. I believed that her stepping down as Governor was more the loss of an intense battle than simply the “giving up to go get rich” that others had labeled it. But in truth, I didn’t too much care for her, in spite of my public facade of being mostly opinion free.’

Read the rest of the article

And there is this...

Fox Nation: Palin Film Selling Out in Theaters

Big Hollywood: Empty Theatre!!!: MSM Currently Brewing Up Phony ‘Undefeated’ Narrative

American Thinker: A Rogue Warrior's Strategy for Conservatives

Note: As an aside, the work I do is very labor intensive so at the end of each day, I usually go home to rest from my labor so I can be ready to do it all again the next day. Because of that fact, I didn't try to get a Newsweek until last night. I went to Barnes and Noble and there were none to be found. Sold out! There were plenty of other magazines on the shelves but no Newsweek. Now, tell me, do Americans really hate Sarah Palin?

Also, I don't remember if I posted the video below or not. These are Sarah Palin's remarks in Pella, Iowa, after the official premiere of The Undefeated a couple of weeks ago. - Reggie

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