Sarah Palin has finally picked a
ghostwriter collaborator for her upcoming fiction novel hard-hitting memoir of her life: Lynn Vincent. Who is Lynn Vincent? To start with, she's a Christian conservative with quite an axe to grind.
Vincent is the Features Editor at WORLD Magazine (tagline: Today's News | Christian Views) where she also keeps a gag-inducing blog of inspiration quotes worth of any small town newspaper. Her editor, Marvin Olasky, is no stranger to gag-worthy quotes.
"She combines guts and grace, as does Sarah Palin, so the book should be outstanding."
She's penned one book: A Navy veteran, she published The Military Advantage to encourage more people to join the military. She co-wrote Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime, and Corruption in the Democratic Party, which with noted anti-interracial marriage advocate and Confederate apologist Robert Stacy McCain in order to "chronicle for the first time the rampant crime, sex, and corruption of the Democratic Party." We're talking FDR and JFK here!
She's ghost-written two man-finds-God books: The Prodigal Comes Home: My Story of Failure and God's Story of Redemption, about a Christian gospel singer than knocked up his mistress, was divorced by his wife, fucked around a lot, did some drugs and wrote a book about how much God loves him; and Never Surrender: A Soldier's Journey to the Crossroads of Faith and Freedom about finding God through escaping death, killing other people and "overseeing the gathering and exploitation of intelligence during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq." Exploitation is right...
She also ghost-wrote on The Blood of Lambs: A Former Terrorist's Memoir of Death and Redemption by (not his real name) Kamal Saleem, who talks about being a radical terrorist throughout the Middle East on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood but found the One True God and stopped, like, totally killing people and now appears on TV talking about it but doesn't use his real name. So I guess that's another man-finds-God book, too.
In her apparently most popular books, she collaborated with a rich old white guy and the black homeless man his now-dead wife befriended to talk about — you guessed it — God and how he works in mysterious ways and helps us all, blah blah blah.
Do you think maybe Sarah Palin's journey will have something to do with God, perhaps? Me, too.
But if you really want to see Lynn Vincent, you can watch her in the clip below. In it, she tells participants at a Young Americas Foundation conference (the same group that brought you Kate Obenshain's rant about how "Barack The Magic Negro" isn't racist!) that the best way to tell people the "truth" about Barack Obama is to tell tall tales about how partial birth abortions are performed and then make sure they understand that his support for a woman's right to choose means he utterly lacks in compassion.