Palin: So transparent we can't see her
Sarah Palin, the "Great White Hope of the Republican Party," is coming to Washington later this year.
But, do not look for a great deal of local media coverage on what she says, unless local media outlets are willing to buy a ticket, according to Sherril West, president of the Washington Area Community Center Board of Directors
In a press release it was stated Washington area leaders, including Mayor Gary W. Manier, had been discussing holding a Leadership Speaker Series at Five Points Washington, bringing in nationally recognized guest speakers to share their leadership experiences with Washington area audiences.
“Lessons from Leaders, a series of contemporary speakers at Five Points Washington,” was born.
The WACC hopes to host a diverse group of dynamic speakers who have made a difference in their chosen fields and whose leadership philosophies can be applied to the lives of local audiences. Leaders will be sought from all walks of life — business, public service, athletics, education and more, the press relase says.
But, the only way the media gets to cover the speech, West said, is if they buy a ticket for between $75 and $200.
Palin, it seems, wants to be so transparent we, in the media, can't see her.