Sarah Palin Fox News Odds Now Available

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Jan/13/2010

It's official.  Sarah Palin is now a contributor for the Fox News network.

As a result Ireland's largest bookmaker, Paddy Power, has begun offering odds on who (which group) Palin will offend first and when she will be fired by Fox.

The betting line: "Gay and lesbian groups top the bookies shortlist at odds of 4/1, followed by Muslims and African-Americans, both at 6/1,'' single parents (8/1), Arab Americans (12/1), Jews (14/1) and the Irish (20/1).

When will Sarah Palin lose her Fox News position?

8/1 Before 01 September 2010

10/11 Between 01 September 2010 and 31 December 2010

11/10 After 01 January 2011

Where else would a conservative with a best-seller, notoriety and big ambitions land?  That was the question being asked by Chuck Raasch of USA Today.  It certainly wouldn't be the Liberal leaning MSNBC where Palin finds herself regularly lampooned.

Conservative Fox, which has some of the highest-rated political talk shows on cable, now has two potential Republican presidential aspirants in 2012 on its payroll, Raasch points out.  The other is Mike Huckabee. 

Paddy Power does not accept online bets from US citizens.

Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com 

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