Sunday, October 31, 2010

Last Call for the Moneybomb/Palin Speaks With Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly, and Greta Tonight/Open Thread

Governor Palin will speak with Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly for a Fox News special tonight at 8 PM EST and with Greta Van Susteren tonight at 10 PM EST.

-Today is the last call for the three-day Midterm Elections SarahPAC moneybomb that we have held for her PAC. Remember that this may be the final significant quarter for which her PAC will report. Donate here if you can. Thanks to everyone who participated in donating or spreading the word of the moneybomb.

-Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe this is the first time Organize4Palin has gotten a link a memeorandum. Be sure to check out Organize4Palin to find out how you can best help Governor Palin, besides donating to her PAC, in these final hours before election day.

-In case you missed it, here was her interview from earlier this morning with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.

-After the interview, Chris Wallace said that Palin has the "courage of her convictions."

-Joe Miller talked to Fox News about the CBS/KTVA conspiracy.

-Bill Kristol and Megyn Kelly React to CBS-KTVA Conspiracy To Take Down Joe Miller.

-Even the Daily Kos pollster concedes that "rumors of Joe Miller's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Close race, he's definitely still in it."

-"Pretty good for a bunch of amateurs – and, of course, one of their possible presidential aspirants, Sarah Palin."

-Video of Governor Palin talking briefly with the West Virginia press.

-Althouse slams the left for being ignorant or shameless in its dig at Palin.

-Drudge is now headlining the KTVA/CBS conspiracy against Miller, along with the Governor's characterization of the story. What is going on is very reminiscent of what happened at the end of the Alaska Senate primary in August. It was assumed about a week before the primary that Murkowski would win and Miller had been coming off some terrible press. Then, Governor Palin became more engaged in the race, Murkowski got into a spat with Dan Fagan, and then the conservative blogosphere rose to support Miller. Now, history seems to be repeating itself as Palin held a rally for Miller, Murkowski has once again got into a spat with Fagan, and the conservative blogosphere is back to boosting Miller after the damning audiotape of the CBS/KTVA reporters has been revealed. Back in August, what happened in the last week of the campaign pushed Miller over the top. What's happening now in the last week of the campaign may very well do the same thing.

What else is going on today?

Update by Doug: Is the magic gone? As a resident of the Greater Cleveland Metro area, I have been "treated" to a barrage of media touting the big Obama rally today in downtown Cleveland. In the heart of Cuyahoga County, by far the most populous and pro-Obama county in Ohio, Obama couldn't fill the venue up. Even the pro-Obama sycophants at the New York Times described the crowd as "thin". Of course they went on to make up myriad excuses as to why Obama couldn't draw more people to a free event in the middle of Obama Country on a beautiful fall day two days before an important election.

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