On the Drudge frontpage:
BOOK SALES SOS: CARVILLE/BEGALA BOOK BUST, 'TAKE IT BACK' SELLS 17,734 COPIES SINCE JAN. RELEASE, ACCORDING TO NIELSEN'S BOOKSCAN; WONKETTE ANA MARIE COX 'DOG DAYS' 5,383 COPIES SOLD... DAILY KOS 'CRASHING THE GATE' ONLY 253 COPIES PURCHASED, NIELSEN CLAIMS...
I don't have access to the Nielsen figures for booksales, but we can all look at Amazon.com. Here's what they report:
For Crashing the Gates "#830 in Books ... Yesterday: #1,177 in Books"
What's going on? Kos seems right now to be doing much better that the Carville/Begala team. OK, the Nielsen figures are for over2+ months, but it still looks fishy.
My ability to respond is limited for most of today, but this looks too suspicious to wait on it.
And maybe we should each buy a copy of CtheG, just to improve ourselves.