Netflix retitled this film, Sarah Palin: The Undefeated, presumably to discredit it so as few unthinking people as possible would watch it. They don't worry about thinking Americans, we're in the minority. You see, this nation of Kool-Aid drinkers will believe any lie the elitist news and entertainment media feed them, especially if their target speaks openly of her uncompromising Christian faith and the eternal values it carries.
But I watched the film, all five stars worth. Though I commented on it, Netflix will probably never publish it. Who needs honesty, anyway?
An interesting consistency presented itself as I scanned the existing comments; liberals hated the film, and conservatives loved it. While it seemed unapologetically promotional, the scalpel-tongued, elitist media gave Mrs. Palin no choice but to try and counter their lies. And it did a great job of it, showing a Sarah Palin I had never before seen, and the truth of her phenomenal achievements in Alaska.
To her ultimate credit, Mrs. Palin bravely took the politicos' and their media stooges' savage, hateful, character assassination on the chin. Despite the media raping that cost her family and her political career dearly, she came back swinging, to the mid-term liberal politicians' extreme chagrin. By not playing by Washington's rules and demonstrating her character and competence, she has earned, not their respect, but their undying fear and hatred. And that, for the best reason of all: She speaks the truth.