Or, First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All The Lawyers, Chapter 4927.
But whatever the case,
all hail condolences to Dan Amira of New York mag's Daily Intelligencer blog:
For religious conservatives, howling over the so-called "war on Christmas" has become an annual holiday tradition almost as enjoyable as Christmas itself. On Tuesday, Sarah Palin seeks to capitalize on the phenomenon with the release of her newest book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas. Daily Intelligencer purchased the Palin-narrated audiobook from a local bookstore, where it was on sale early, and listened to all four-and-a-half hours, which is technically not a violation of the Geneva Convention if you're getting paid to do it, New York's legal team insists.
At the link is a Christmas tree, whose ornaments are themselves links to "some of the book's more memorable lines."
I myself have clicked none of them. Self-loathing only goes so far.