Good news! We know it's been a tough day in voyeurism-land for some of you, but you can resume obsessing interminably over Sarah Palin, because as John McCain pointed out this morning, the fundamentals of the economy are still strong. And they'd be a lot stronger if said economy would sit still and take in a little more Sarah stimulus! So we made this fun tableau of the whole clan outside City Hall in observance of the upcoming nuptials. (I hope for everyone's sake they haven't really already tied the proverbial tattoo ink tongue knot so the Palins have the satisfaction of hosting the [con]descending members of the media Katrina-style in that $20 million stadium and pay off that leverage Mayor Palin left when she became Mother Eagle Palin! That would certainly be a service to the nation's jittery bond markets!) Anyhow, it's about time we caught you eaglets back up with the latest in baby name generators…1. Palin sometimes calls opponents "haters." 2. Anchorage conservative radio talk show host Eddie Burke…blasted the organizers of [an anti-Palin] rally during his talk show, calling them “a bunch of socialist baby-killing maggots.” 3. FOX News' Megyn Kelly asked McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds: "Why wouldn’t he just level with the voters and say, 'look, he’s going to raise taxes on the wealthy or whatever you consider somebody to be making over $250,000, it’s going to have a trickle down effect. That may not be good for the middle class.' But why say he’s going to raise taxes on the middle class when he’s not? 4. It turns out V.I.L.F. ≠ V.I.L.Vote For! In July, John McCain led Barack Obama among white women by 44 to 39 percent; now his lead is 53 to 37 percent. There was no shift among white men, just like we said, even though we didn't have any poll data to support the assertion at the time because we were talking out of our ass as usual duh. 5. Four months ago, a Wasilla blogger Sherry Whitstine, who chronicles the governor’s career with an astringent eye, answered her phone to hear an assistant to the governor on the line, she said. “You should be ashamed!” Ivy Frye, the assistant, told her. “Stop blogging. Stop blogging right now!”