I know I predicted this, but it mush have been in comments.
Palin, who resigned as governor of Alaska last summer, will appear as a commentator on various Fox shows. She will also host an occasional program that will examine inspirational tales involving ordinary Americans.
Palin will join Mike Huckabee as a Fox contributor who was also involved in the 2008 campaign. The exposure can only help Palin if she decides to pursue a 2012 presidential bid.
At the moment, Palin makes pronouncements mainly through her Facebook page. The Fox connection would give her a platform on the nation's top-rated cable news channel.
Palin is extremely popular with her conservative base, which has fueled the sales of her best-selling memoir. But she is a divisive political figure who not only draws the ire of liberals but some Republicans, including staffers who deal with her during her run as John McCain's running mate… [emphasis added]
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The plus for Mooseolini is that her ignorance will not be an impediment, as Faux Noise values ideology over accuracy. The plus for Faux Noise is that they gain nationally prominent political figure, a sex-symbol to the rabid right, and a mind so oblivious that she will gleefully parrot Rupert Murdoch’s lies in the belief that they are true. Palin could not have found a better fit than the GOP Reichsministry of Propaganda.