What’s going on this morning?
What are your predictions for the Missouri Senate GOP primary tonight? The Governor is urging everyone to vote for Steelman. Rollcall has it as a toss-up. Steelman is going to need to win the rural areas handily and compete hard in the suburban areas outside of Kansas City and Springfield if she’s going to win this race.
After hearing Reince Preibus’ comments about the Governor speaking at the convention, I’m starting to believe that this entire “will the Governor speak at the RNC Convention” narrative is a pretty good trap from the GOP establishment. The establishment probably feels it can save face if it offers her a third-string speaking slot. The question isn’t really about speaking at the convention…the question is how prominent a speaking role should the Governor receive and that’s the question that hasn’t been asked enough.
Dick Cheney said something again yesterday.
Aug. 7, 2002 — An economy forum brought six candidates for lieutenant governor to Fairbanks on Tuesday, and one of the least-known candidates made a solid impression.
Wasilla’s young conservative mayor, Sarah Palin — a relative unknown in the Interior — garnered the loudest burst of applause for one of her comments. A handful of people polled after the event declared Palin the star of the afternoon.
Who’s your least favorite “journalist?”