Much of the Wall Street Journal’s Piece on Sarah Palin Focuses on Her Fear of Taking a Bad Picture.
They ask her the usual questions about her views on the new show, her views on politics, hunting, the family, you know the drill.
However the first part of the article focuses on something that we know Palin REALLY cares about. Her appearance:
Sarah Palin is walking through a suite in the Peninsula New York Hotel in midtown Manhattan trying to find the great outdoors. The former GOP vice presidential candidate is being photographed before the launch of her new reality series, “Amazing America,” which features human-interest tales about outdoor adventures, ranging from a blacksmith championship to a car race among pastors. But the suite doesn’t even have a landscape painting. She finally finds a window to pose in front of, but it’s facing a brick wall, not the wilderness.