Sunday, December 6, 2009

Palin Left Hawaii Because Of Too Many Asians: Father

In the New Yorker review of "Going Rogue," Sam Tanenhaus writes a paragraph that exposes something that should gather a lot of attention in a country where whites are becoming the minority. Apparently in her travels to various colleges, Sarah Palin's stint at the University of Hawaii was ended not by poor grades or distractions, but by too many Asian faces.

In "Going Rogue," Palin wrote of her Hawaii experience “Hawaii was a little too perfect. Perpetual sunshine isn’t necessarily conducive to serious academics for eighteen-year-old Alaska girls.”

In the much less publicized "Sarah From Alaska," by Scott Conroy and Shushannah Walshe, the authors were told something completely different by Sarah Palin's father, Chuck Heath:
According to him, the presence of so many Asians and Pacific Islanders made her uncomfortable: “They were a minority type thing and it wasn’t glamorous, so she came home.” In any case, Palin reports that she much preferred her last stop, the University of Idaho, “because it was much like Alaska yet still ‘Outside.’ ”
The New Republic has the Palin question of the day: "Why--and readers should weigh in--has this gotten absolutely no media attention?"
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29 comments:

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What Palin is not a serious program. His book offers a conservative doctrine of today's big-government the sins of the free market of luxury in America. This is not entirely surprising. Obama's political design was used to book the tour ..

Mykalai Kontilai said...

Palin Left Hawaii Because Of Too Many Asians- I think this will not be the only reason....well thanks for your article,its worth reading.

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yes I also agree with the above comment,that will not be the only reason....but the article state that only that she left only because of too many Asians.

Margie Blue said...

There are certainly a lot more details to take into consideration, but thanks for sharing this information...

Nightly Business Report said...

Hmm...her father's quoted saying it? It wasn't the sunshine that sent her packing, but Palin's limited life experiences that screamed "me Some probably called her the "H" word and blew her away.

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Palin shared her experience about Hawaii...and she left Hawaii only because of too many Asians,well that's sounds starnge.

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Perpetual sunshine isn’t necessarily conducive to serious academics for eighteen-year-old Alaska girls.

Kristin Caborn said...

Oh John stfu. As a person of color we are almost always the minority. You have no idea.Well Thanks

John Callan said...

Nice one...In the New Yorker, Sam Tanenhaus has a very interesting review of Sarah Palin’s book, with a revealing quote from Palin’s father about her reason for leaving Hawaii...

Eco Village said...

His book offers a conservative doctrine of today's big-government the sins of the free market of luxury in America. This is not entirely surprising.

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Not sure about the origin of this supposed "Dad quote." We do know, however, that Obama wrote in his book that he was uncomfortable with white people.

Frieght Brokering said...

I think she left Hawaii only because of too many Asians and this is the main reason...

Gaia Saunas said...

Next president?? Lisa now that is worth a couple "jajajajaja's" After the Asians in NYC,San Fran and NYC read this, wonder how her book sales will fare in those areas? And the sizeable asian population in her home state of Alaska? Waiting for G_S's comment on this as he's one of Sarah's Go-Go Boys jaja

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Apparently in her travels to various colleges, Sarah Palin's stint at the University of Hawaii was ended not by poor grades or distractions, but by too many Asian faces.

Home Living Solutions said...

Palin should steer clear of the UK if she knows what's good for her. They still have journalists there that ask the tough questions ("What newspapers do you read?" would hardly be considered a trick question). I'd love to see her interviewed on a show like "Hard Talk"

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It wasn't the sunshine that sent her packing, but Palin's limited life experiences that screamed "me Some probably called her the "H" word and blew her away.

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Sarah Palin's stint at the University of Hawaii was ended because of too many Asian faces.

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Palin's limited life experiences that screamed "me Some probably called her the "H" word and blew her away.

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Sam Tanenhaus's paragraph exposes something that should gather a lot of attention in a country where whites are becoming the minority.

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Sarah Palin's stint at the University of Hawaii was ended not by poor grades or distractions, but by too many Asian faces.

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I really enjoyed the article. Its always nice when you read something that is not only informative but entertaining.Thanks

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His book offers a conservative doctrine of today's big-government the sins of the free market of luxury in America. This is not entirely surprising. Obama's political design was used to book the tour.

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Hawalii creates a to much problems,like strange voices,action and more,Palin was compel to leave the hawalii due to this reason but I think all this just rumour..

Itcanhappen4u2 said...

It wasn't the sunshine that sent her packing, but Palin's limited life experiences that screamed "me Some probably called her the "H" word and blew her away.

Eco Village said...

In the New Yorker, Sam Tanenhaus has a very interesting review of Sarah Palin’s book, with a revealing quote from Palin’s father about her reason for leaving Hawaii...

Danny Demichele said...

Sarah Palin's stint at the University of Hawaii was ended not by poor grades or distractions, but by too many Asian faces!!

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His book offers a conservative doctrine of today's big-government the sins of the free market of luxury in America.This is not entirely surprising.

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It wasn't the sunshine that sent her packing, but Palin's limited life experiences that screamed "me Some probably called her the "H" word and blew her away.