SHUT UP ALREADY
Is it cacophony or just vigorous political discourse? A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll asked Americans to consider a woefully short list of six public figures, then reveal who they “most want to be quiet.”
Sarah Palin led the rambunctious roster, cited by 52 percent of the respondents, followed by Jesse Jackson (51 percent), Dick Cheney (45 percent), Newt Gingrich (43 percent), Al Gore (40 percent) and Bill Clinton (32 percent). A more forgiving 12 percent, however, said the talkers in question should just keep talking.