posted on 12/10/2009 7:02:46 AM PST
Pretty much a tie on MSNBC there. Looks like the country is 50-50 on this.
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Pretty close considering it is PMSNBC.
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posted on 12/10/2009 7:16:35 AM PST
(Barack Hussein Obama yunikku khinaaziir!)
Poll is merely to galvanize those who are already distrustful of Palin. As if she has the audacity to challenge The One.
posted on 12/10/2009 8:28:31 AM PST
(BUILD MORE NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS NOW!!!)
Boycott is still narrowly ahead.
posted on 12/10/2009 2:18:39 PM PST
(I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself)
posted on 12/10/2009 3:54:18 PM PST
55.1% YES 41.7% NO SarahCuda Power! Liberal heads popping at MSNBC! Here's a fun rant by a liberal blogger bemoaning the fact that Sarah Palin's Washington Post opinion piece on AGW was one of the most commented articles of the year. Call for the Waahmbulance
The Plum LineGreg Sargent's blog Sarah Palin’s Copenhagen-Bashing Op-Ed One Of Most Read WaPo Opinion Pieces Of The Year Here’s a dispiriting postscript to the massive flap over The Washington Post’s decision to publish an Op ed by Sarah Palin on climate change, a piece that has been widely criticized as riddled with falsehoods. I’m told by the paper’s insiders that her piece was one of the most-read WaPo opinion pieces of the year, coming in 21st in page views out of literally hundreds of opinion articles. An earlier Palin Op ed in the paper on the same topic was the third most read of the year. A lot of this is probably driven by heavy outside linkage. But still, the fact that Sarah Palin, of all people, is able to command such attention for her views on the science of climate change, of all things, is kind of amazing. To be clear, I’m not defending the decision to run the piece. I wouldn’t have run it. I’m just pointing out the undeniable fact that the woman’s name gets people clicking. Until people stop clicking, Palin and her views will continue to get attention. http://theplumline.whorunsgov.com/climate-change/sarah-palins-copenhagen-op-ed-one-of-best-read-wapo-opinion-pieces-of-the-year/
posted on 12/12/2009 1:46:59 AM PST
by Da Mav
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