Comment of the Day

Reader: Sarah Palin's speech in Glendale was canceled due to lack of interest, not threats

In our item yesterday about the cancellation of a May speech by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, we noted speculation among political observers that this move was made for reasons other than attacks on her.

One reader has ideas of his own about why the plug was pulled.

Guest writes:

personal attacks = poor ticket sales. Her moment has passed.

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