If Sarah Palin ditched her Alaska governorship because she was itching to get back on the national stage, she can already declare success. From death-panel pundit to international lecturer to would-be bestselling author, she's continually commanded the spotlight. Now, moving up her publishing date by months, Palin's book "Going Rogue"--surprising many commentators with its length, 400 pages--will be out in November.

Pundits have little of substance to say about the memoir. But that hasn't stopped them from dishing good, if scurrilous, lines:

  • "Harper's says it's ordered a whopping advance printing of 1.5 million copies. But that still means that more than 300 million Americans will have to share copies." Andrew Malcom, LA Times
  • "Pity poor Olbermann, forced to talk about Sarahcuda tonight instead of, say, the New York City terror plot. Again... Exit question: Which avid audience will buy more copies, the Palin-lovers or the Palin-haters?" Allahpundit, Hot Air
  • "For you IDIOTS who don't remember, the term 'going rogue' is a reference some advisor used to describe Palin's behavior during the end of the 2008 campaign, when she disregarded everything the McCain campaign told her to do and helped seal her ticket's loss, so that she could 'advance' her own career. It was her finest political achievement. Well either that, or the time she quit her one political job because it was too hard...Harper publisher Jonathan Burnham should eat a bag of lightly-salted poison rat dicks." Jim Newell, Wonkette