1. Feuds

    Palin to Tea Party: No O’Donnell

    FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2010 file photo, Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell delivers remarks at Values Voter Summit in Washington. Senate hopeful O'Donnell has a simple message in her campaign ads _ "I'm you." Three weeks to the election, many Delaware voters have their doubts. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

    Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP Photo

    Christine O’Donnell has been kicked out of the grizzly den: Tea Party of America President Ken Crow said he had to cancel an appearance by O’Donnell in order to convince Sarah Palin to attend. “I had to cancel Ms. O’Donnell,” Crow said after speaking with Palin aides. Both women were originally scheduled the rally in Indianpolis on Saturday, but then Palin alerted organizers that her appearance was “on hold.” After O’Donnell was canceled, Palin said once again that she would attend. The Los Angeles Times says Palin was angry with O’Donnell for originally telling the event organizers that the former Alaska governor wanted her to attend.

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