From an article by Politico’s Jonathan Martin regarding Sarah Palin’s Friday announcement that she was resigning as Governor of Alaska:
“There is just no good way to say quitting has made her more qualified to run for higher office,” said veteran GOP pollster Glen Bolger.
An excerpt from a recent editorial in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel on climate change:
It’s a course most Americans support: According to Environment and Energy Publishing, the Democratic firm Mellman Group and the Republican group Public Opinion Strategies conducted a survey that found that 78% of voters still want the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. That number is virtually unchanged since the firms asked that question in March – prior to the start of the House energy debate – when 77% supported action to reduce emissions.
Additionally, 72% of voters support the core principles of the energy legislation that would reduce emissions and force expanded use of renewable energy. Eighteen percent oppose such legislation.