The most amusing story of the morning is the Daily Caller’s revelations of the Journo-list coordination of the best plan of attack against Sarah Palin:
Daniel Levy of the Century Foundation noted that Obama’s “non-official campaign” would need to work hard to discredit Palin. “This seems to me like an occasion when the non-official campaign has a big role to play in defining Palin, shaping the terms of the conversation and saying things that the official [Obama] campaign shouldn’t say – very hard-hitting stuff, including some of the things that people have been noting here – scare people about having this woefully inexperienced, no foreign policy/national security/right-wing christia wing-nut a heartbeat away …… bang away at McCain’s age making this unusually significant …. I think people should be replicating some of the not-so-pleasant viral email campaigns that were used against [Obama].”
Kudos to reporter DC reporter Jonathan Strong and DC entrepreneur Tucker Carlson, who has seen his online venture become hot, hot, hot almost overnight.