Monday, April 5, 2010

Isn't This Special?

Via Michelle Malkin.

I'm sure it will be a best seller*. No word as to who is helping Dede Scozzafava ghost write the book yet. But I bet you there will be something about how she was discriminated against because she's a woman.

New York state Assemblywoman Dede Scozzafava (R) is writing a memoir about last year's dramatic special election in the state's 23rd congressional district. 

Although she was the Republican Party's nominee, Scozzafava was never embraced by conservatives. She eventually dropped out of the race and endorsed the Democrat, now-Rep. Bill Owens.

*Not sure what makes her think she's worth a book when she should be regulated to a mere footnote like this.


  1. My prediction for an excerpt.

    "I was so excited to know that the Republican establishment would back me in the upcoming race. I was also happy to have the ACORN-influenced leadership of the WP on my side as well. I may not be related to the old political families of the East Coast, but Ed Cox, the NY GOP chairman knew the importance of endorsing moderates like myself. He wasn't worried about me not being related to him and I am eternally grateful for that. It seemed like everything was going my way until Sarah Palin, the moderate Republicans worst nightmare, gave an endorsement. The GOP needs strong female leadership, but not her. They should look at me dammit!"

    from Chapter 2: Lucky No. 23

  2. Nobody will read it. Not even Scozzafava.