Ron Reagan: Palin has nothing in common with dad


#1

And he has absolutely nothing in common with his father! I like the “lean” left in the last paragraph below.

The former Alaska governor is scheduled to speak in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Friday at a tribute to former President Ronald Reagan – just one of the celebrations marking the centennial of the 40th president’s birth on Feb. 6.

But his son, Ron Reagan, tells The Associated Press he doesn’t see anything in common between his dad and the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, who was invited to speak by the event’s sponsor, the conservative Young America’s Foundation.
Sarah Palin is a soap opera, basically. She’s doing mostly what she does to make money and keep her name in the news,” Reagan says.

“She is not a serious candidate for president and never has been,” said Reagan, a political independent whose politics lean left.

Ron Reagan Palin has nothing in common with dad - Road Runner


#2

Ron Reagan is hawking his less than truthful alleged book, so he’s invoking the premiere Lib/Prog bogey-woman to stimulate sales. Ron Reagan understood little of his father, and @#$%ed on what little he sort of understood, so this is just Lib/Prog chum.


#3

I see EX-president Carter is being sued for the book he published that there have been complains that he was creating fiction than actual telling historial fact.

Carter Sued Over Palestine Apartheid Book

Former President Jimmy Carter has been slapped with a $5 million class action lawsuit claiming his 2006 book “Palestine Peace Not Apartheid” violated New York consumer protection laws. The suit, which also names publisher Simon & Schuster, claims the book contains false statements designed to promote anti-Israel propaganda and deceive the public, The Washington Post reported.

The federal lawsuit alleges the book violated New York consumer protection laws by engaging in “deceptive acts in the course of conducting business” and seeking financial rewards by promoting the book “as a work of non-fiction.”

Nitsana Darshan-Leitner said, “The lawsuit will expose all the falsehoods and misrepresentations in Carter’s book and prove that his hatred of Israel has led him to commit this fraud on the public. He is entitled to his opinions but deceptions and lies have no place in works of history,” the Post reported.