I never know whether to believe what is happening at palingates, but they're saying that Sarah Palin tweeted the letter 'T.' Of course, all sorts of speculation ensued. Why would she do that? Tara! Investigate that, kids, and find someone Sarah Palin is more comparable with than with Joseph Goebbels! Is Patrick projecting German guilt onto America?
A photo analyst has looked at satellite images of the house in Maricopa, AZ and tells me that it's really quite inaccessible. It's at the end of a twisty maze of streets. There is only one vehicle entrance to the development, and, of course, it will be easy to spot anyone who doesn't belong there. And there may not be just a small playground near Bristol's house; there may be a footpath to a nearby park, which is much larger.
Andrew Sullivan mentioned that Sarah Palin quit Fox! Would anyone be surprised? But it's a hoax. Nevertheless, there are some stories about why people like Palin and Huckabee may declare their candidacies for the Republican nomination later rather than sooner: George Stephanopolous has said so.
Finally -- for now; I am posting from a phone, and it's not easy --
Update: I'm now at a four-monitor Palin Surveillance Station. Things are much easier, now. A reader has mentioned that the "Slate" article is actually at Salon -- corrected. Also, there is a more recent article than the Salon article at CNN, here, about the skepticism Palin is facing from Republicans (thank-you, Malia), but even that article doesn't compare with mine. Dailykos' Steve Singiser's post "Even GOPers won't defend Palin's latest idiocy," echoes mine (it came later). Of course, we are both indebted to a very good Washington Post article, here.
Update: 5 January, 2011: Gryphen has posted an offer letter sent to Bristol Palin. Gone to Arizona!