What a strange headline: "Levi Johnston most-hated pol in Alaska; Sarah Palin's nemesis less popular than John Edwards: poll." Levi Johnston a pol? Don't we usually let someone get into office and disappoint us before calling him a "pol?"
Bristol is right about moving to Wasilla and getting a G.E.D., if those are required to be mayor of Wasilla; otherwise, I think she's just repeating something she's been told (to say).
Levi's got nowhere to go but up in the poll cited by the article, above. You've got to start somewhere, don't you?
I haven't read "Joe Miller's senate campaign 'Is about becoming the male Sarah Palin,' says Democratic rival." Reader discretion may be in order.
Joe Miller was cited for failing "to exercise due care to avoid a collision," says Politics Daily. Aren't people supposed to keep their eyes on the road as they drive? Watch where they're going? I can imagine the headline: "Joe Miller, hell-bent on destroying Obama, wrecks Alaska."
Today, Sarah broke her vow of silence and Facebooked! It was a five-day break, but there are tickets to sell (to an event with Glenn Beck, in Anchorage (she mentioned ticketmaster.com (on her serious, non-commercial, Facebook (but failed to provide a link! (and they say she's mastered "new media?")))). Then -- mirabile dictu -- she's just tweeted as I wrote: Happy Rosh Hashana. Cynics may ask whether she'll tweet on any Muslim holidays.