**This Palin Lounge will update through the day. Scroll down for additional links and commentary**
As I mentioned on Tammy Radio, we intend on setting up a “Palin Lounge” page in which all the TAM Palinistas can confab. In the meantime, we’ll experiment with a daily Palin Open thread with linkage and commentary. There really is no other way to stay on top of all that’s happening. With Palin announcing the One Nation tour is going national this is really is an attempt to stay informed and on top of the news. Links will be added to the main page as events warrant.
**NOTE: Separate from the regular blog policy, this thread will also accept links from known TAMs, to known web sources. They will still have to be moderated, but will be approved if they meet the ‘known’ standard. So feel free to add to the linkage fray if you see something, pics, etc that should be seen :)**
Starting off today’s Palin Open Thread–
Always check the latest “One Nation” news at SarahPAC!
CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports on“Piper Pipes Up.” (We must get Sarah in the White House just to get Piper in there 😉
My Fox Philly: Piper Sorry For Pushing Photog
American Thinker: Dr. Krauthammer and Gov. Palin: Analyzing the Analyst
Sarah Palin: Residents Hit Hard in Massachusetts
Heh. Sondrakistan: Like a Violin:
She’s a freaking genius! Bwahahaha! Video: Palin–If Romney Is Offended, I’ll Skip New Hampshire “In fact, if he would be offended by me stepping foot in a state he was in, I wouldn’t do it,” Sarah Palin said today during a trip through Massachusetts.
Bellingham Herald: Giuliani, Palin steal some of Romney’s thunder in N.H.
While other Republicans have already assembled full-blown campaign operations or formally declared their candidacies, Palin continues to suggest that a final verdict about the race could come as late as this fall.
“Why should everybody jump in there right now and start beating each other up in the primary process, showing the other guys our playbook already?” Palin told reporters Thursday evening at a clambake in the New Hampshire town of Seabrook. “Why should we do such a thing? There is plenty of time for that.”
Palin disputed former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s recent demand that uncertain potential candidates “get off the sideline” and join the race so Republicans can begin to figure out which candidate is best positioned to defeat President Obama.
“It’s too early,” she said earlier in the day, during a tour of historic sites in Boston. “That is one thing that I disagree with Pawlenty on is him believing that it all needs to happen right now. I think he says that because that was his strategy, but I obviously don’t follow anybody’s strategy and just don’t go with the flow in the conventional way of doing things.”