This California time zone is messing with my head. I think I’ll walk into the desert, sit with my legs folded and palms raised towards the sky, and watch the sunset.
A couple of things I noticed:
A long-range rocket already has been fired from Gaza at an Israeli city. The Shalit deal was not a ceasefire deal.
Least shocking news of the day, ACORN is helping Occupy Wall Street.
Not a big fan of Public Policy Polling, but I can’t not mention its poll that shows recall support against Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker losing strength:
Walker’s not out of the woods by any means. 48% of voters in the state want to recall him, while 49% are opposed to such a move. But it’s not clear if Democrats will have a candidate strong enough to unseat Walker. The only one who beats him in a hypothetical recall is Russ Feingold. But Feingold’s already said he’s probably not going to run, and his margin over Walker is just 3 points at 49-46. In May Feingold led Walker 52-42 and in August Feingold had a 52-45 advantage. So even with their strongest possible candidate Democrats’ prospects against Walker are slipping.
Did Perry have any choice considering he is running for President, Perry opposes Confederate plates.