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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Another Great Media Day!

The press about Palin just won't stop! Here's a sampling of some articles and posts from today.

The Times (UK) - Palin makes the British paper's list of McCain's top ten VP picks, saying "Known for her maverick governing style, McCain could see in her something of a kindred spirit". Let's hope they're right.

About.com offers not one, not two, but three posts mentioning a Palin nomination. Justin Quinn's ringing endorsement of Gov. Palin is the most favorable.

The American Spectator's Blog also focused on Palin for much of the day, as two of their bloggers engaged in an extended debate on the merits of a Palin candidacy. (Links: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Be sure to look for my comments below two of the posts.

There's also this heartwarming story from the Anchorage Daily News (posted yesterday)...and this one too. Can the Palin narrative get any more endearing?

Of course, there was also my interview on "The Lee Davis Show" in Birmingham, AL and Steve Maloney's appearance on Sirius 110's "Blog Bunker".

And lastly, our new web ad has been viewed over 2,000 times on YouTube since it's release Monday morning!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

two questions.

one: where's the audio from these radio appearances?

two: when is the exact date this this special legislative session on the pipeline ends?

Adam Brickley, aka "ElephantMan" said...

1. I'm trying to obtain tape of both, but I haven't been able to get anything yet. So, no promises there.

2. As I understand it, the special session began June 3rd and could take up to 60 days. There are a number of hearing scheduled around the state regarding the proposals involved, with the Last being on July 8. After that, the session ends whenever the legislature agrees to either award or deny a gasline contract to TransCanada Corporation...which probably won't take too very long considering that the legislators will have already had over a month to think it over.

Anonymous said...

cool. well lets hope it ends sooner rather than later. i mean there are two huge obstacles in the way of this thing happening: 1) she just gave birth. and 2) she still has a lot on her plate up in AK. i just dunno how it'd happen. but here's to hoping. theres (a big) part of me that sees her as mac's only shot.