The Governor will talk to Greta on Monday night. Until then, here’s the news:
In case you missed it, the New York Times notes that Governor Palin may have been “hinting at a new political alignment that would pit a vigorous localism against a kind of national-global institutionalism” in her Iowa speech.
She told Megyn Kelly that “we either reform these entitlement programs ourselves, or the world capital markets will reform them for us and that will not be a good and diplomatic and democratic way of reforming our own programs.”
The far-left Mediaite blog concedes Governor Palin “showed her political dexterity by both defending the recipients of the federal entitlement program, and blaming the Obama administration for letting it flounder” in her interview with Megyn Kelly.
Human Events: Does Perry see Palin as a threat?
Michele Bachmann now trails Ron Paul and Herman Cain among North Carolina Republican primary voters and has a lower net favorable rating among North Carolina Republicans than even Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney while the Governor and Rick Perry are the only two candidates with a positive net favorable rating among North Carolina Republicans.
What else is going on today?