I know this will be hard to fathom for a lot of folks . . .
But not anyone here!:)
Sarah Palin has parted ways with Fox News, multiple outlets wrote on Friday.
Real Clear Politics was the first to report that Palin — who reportedly signed a $1 million-a-year contract with the network in 2010 — will not be renewing it. The New York Times' Brian Stelter later confirmed the news with Fox News.
A "source close to Palin" told RCP that she had turned down a new offer. Fox News merely told the New York Times in a statement that it wished her the best.
The news is not very surprising, but it does highlight, as much as anything, Palin's diminished relevance. Reports about the increasingly icy relationship between Palin and Fox News CEO Roger Ailes have been circulating for years. He has mocked her in public, and is said to have privately labeled her "stupid." Meanwhile, her public profile has waned as the years since her bid for the vice presidency grind on.
In August, New York magazine's Gabriel Sherman wrote that a new contract for Palin was a very iffy thing indeed. That report came the day after Palin publicly complained that the network had canceled some of her appearances.
By the time her contract ended, it had been since mid-December that Palin had appeared on Fox News at all.
I hope she and her family qualify for food stamps, etc. ;(
I think she knew this would happen. But I don't wish her ill.
I am surprised she even had that much traction in the media - then again we talking about Fox.
Yes Steve, don't confuse Fox with the Media ! Sarah was a mentally challenged klutz... The fact she was ever even a part of Fox shows how LOW their bars are. (Application: Can you correctly spell your name? You're hired! )
But we're talking about Sarah Palin (the anti-Obama) and the country no longer wants to hear her one-dimensional uber-patiotism & Annie Oakly gun-worshipping freedom-saving blather. (Palin requires a whole mess of hyphens to describe her.)
The market has spoken. Paul Ryan and Rand Paul have filled her shoes. They are in positions of power where their freedom from government blather gets ratings as well as votes in Congress. Murdoch is making strategic choices within his power to reshape the GOP for the midterm elections.
Murdoch is making strategic choices within his power to reshape the GOP for the midterm elections.
Well good for Murdock; But from seeing all these weight reducing TV adds from just about everyone - I just don't see how the GOP can reduce the (fat) between their ears in such a short time ?? I mean the mental exercise is just not there for a GOP official.
I loved to hear Paul Ryan on MTP this AM totally gloss over a comment he made during the election about his budget and spending priorities. 2012: "There are contrasting choices and the American people will choose (election)."
Today: David Gregory reminded him of his statement & point out "THEY DID!". Ryan back stepped / side stepped / 2 stepped around it.... "well we need to sell our message better' !
YOU DID YOU DUMB FOCK !!! NO ONE wants the fowl sewage !
To win significantly, the GOP needs about 100 Chris Christies and Jeb Bushes, i.e. moderates with a brain. I just don't see the current leadership giving up their hold... they're in total denial and removed from reality (Trump Syndrome aka Mad Cow ). And the TP just makes them worse.
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