What is correct, sadly for all the wrong reasons is his comment about the media spectacle:
"A Clinton-Palin matchup would be a dream for the political press unprecedented in the history of the republic. The thirst for both legitimate news and gossip about both candidates would be insatiable. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler would make millions reprising their "SNL" roles. Every member of the press would weep with joy at the spectacle of Clinton-Palin debates, which would be the highest-rated in history."
"Here's a headline from Breitbart.com that caught my attention and lifted my spirit this week: "Poll: Sarah Palin has the highest favorability rating among GOP primary voters."
Ms. Palin's name was not listed among the likely 2016 Republican presidential candidates in the survey by Public Policy Polling, but an interesting factoid came to light in a separate question when conservative voters went rogue and expressed what was in their hearts to the left-leaning polling house.
"The best liked person we tested on this poll with Republican primary voters is actually Sarah Palin who has a 70/20 favorability rating," according to the poll's summary. "She's followed by [Mike] Huckabee at 64/18, [Paul] Ryan at 58/28, [Rand] Paul at 58/21, [Jeb] Bush at 56/18, [Ted] Cruz at 45/20, and [Chris] Christie at 40/38."
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/tony-norman/2014/01/31/Tony-Norman-Palin-s-an-attractive-candidate-on-all-levels/stories/201401310102#ixzz2sPFEMIyU