11/14/2010 // Alaska, US // TiffNews10 // News Desk
Anchorage, Alaska – Some suggest that the new reality series of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” which will air on TLC, provides hints about her political future. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), although the show’s focus is on Palin’s time spent with her family in her home state, some view it as a crafty means of possibly setting the stage for a political campaign.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson, a University of Pennsylvania communications professor who studies political rhetoric, is quoted by the AP as stating of the program, “What all this suggests is that she’s crafting her lifestyle and her biography as typifying a person who’s independent, rugged, resilient, in touch with nature and has learned life lessons that she can bring into governance if she moves back into governance.”
Jamieson is further quoted as stating, “It also could be life lessons to get to lead a better life in the rugged frontiers… They have to have that duo message or this will read as if it’s a political ad.”
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