Governor Palin on Fox Business Tonight/CNN Effectively Admits that Palin Has More Appeal than Just Tea Party Republican Primary Voters
She's on the Fox Business Network tonight at 9 PM EST with Judge Napolitano. Here's the news:
-Is CNN now conceding with the results of its most recent poll that Governor Palin appeals to more than just Tea Party Republican primary voters? The poll shows that Palin is performing better among non-Tea Party Republican primary voters than Tea Party Republican primary voters. Since entities like CNN have tried to tar tea partiers as crazy, aren't they now conceding that Governor Palin has support among perfectly reasonable people?
-She'll reportedly be speaking September 13th in Kansas City for the Vitae Foundation. Josh Painter claims she'll be in Dallas this November after the mid-terms for another event.
-For any moron citing the Clarus poll, it's pretty clear that it's an outlier considering that the last three polls, all conducted around the time that the Clarus poll was conducted, show Palin up 10, statistically tied for the lead, or tied for the lead or close to the lead in a poll to be released Monday. As you can see from the following pollster rankings, Clarus is actually worse than a default/new pollster.
-Speaking of the Tea Party, today's headline USA Today article features interviews with Tea Party leaders, including Michele Bachmann. An editorial in the Philadelphia Inquirer is titled "Tea parties: A new kind of coalition."
-Stay tuned for Hal's response to failed Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich's most recent comments about Governor Palin. In the meantime, donate money to Brian Murphy.
-Allen West continues to rake in the cash.
-"Americans continue to express near-record-low confidence in newspapers and television news -- with no more than 25% of Americans saying they have a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in either."
What's going on this weekend?