Tag Archives: Alaska
Clueless Christie’s Katrina Moment and Palin Takes a Dive
“Hanging out with Mickey Mouse while backs all over New Jersey ache under the strain of shoveling two feet of snow will probably not help his [Christie’s] poll numbers at home either. The Hill also reports that Christie’s popularity in New Jersey slipped five points in a Quinnipiac poll released this month.”
— Joshua Norman, “Chris Christie Under Fire for Disney World Vacation During Blizzard,” CBS News, Dec. 28, 2010.
Is Snowstorm Aftermath NJ Gov. Chris Christie’s Katrina?
— Sara Kugler Frazier, AP, Dec. 30, 2010.
“Alaska doesn’t care for Sarah Palin. In fact, other than (predictably) Massachusetts, the ex-governor’s home state has the ‘dimmest’ view of the reality TV star in the entire nation. That’s one of the takeaways in Public Policy Polling’s new report, which paints a discouraging portrait of the Sarah Palin’s drooping favorability ratings across America and on her home turf. Only 33 percent of Alaskans have a favorable opinion of Palin, and only 60 percent of Alaskan Republicans have embraced her (as opposed to 80 percent of the GOP faithful in ‘most places’ across the country).”
— Erik Hayden, “Palin Loves Alaska, But the Feeling Isn’t Mutual,” The Atlantic Wire, Dec. 29, 2010.
Poll: No Longer ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’
— Jordan Fabian, The Hill, Dec. 28, 2010.
“We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.”
— Ben Franklin