What’s going on this morning?
We’ll have a post on this later but we’ll be having Palin March Madness brackets again this year for those who want to join.
Rick Santorum won the Alabama and Mississippi primaries. However, I think the biggest losers were Scott Rasmussen for putting out a poll showing Romney winning MS by eight and Matt Drudge for believing the early MS exit poll showing Romney winning by a substantial margin. Rasmussen’s polling is nearly always overly favorable for Romney so his miss in MS wasn’t a huge surprise. On the other hand, Drudge should have known that the early exit polls are almost always overly favorable for Romney considering that his voters are more likely vote earlier in the day.
Here are the speeches from Santorum and Gingrich.
History contradicts claim made about Palin in ‘Game Change’ movie
‘Game Change’ Tries to Rewrite Palin and Fails
“11 people — 10 of them on the record — who were there during the campaign…vigorously and openly dispute the malicious way in which the Governor is portrayed in HBO’s ‘Game Change.‘”
Game Change bombed in terms of ratings. In fact, Game Change’s ratings were less than the final episode of Sarah Palin’s Alaska. HBO pretty much confirmed it was a bomb by trying to add 1.5 million to its total by including the numbers from four subsequent showings.
Mitt Romney is now echoing Obama on Afghanistan and trails Obama by double-digits.
The Governor punches back.
Here’s what Rush had to say about the Governor.
So what does Newt do now? Reasonable people can certainly disagree on whether his staying in or getting out increases the chances of a brokered convention.