Sarah Palin

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Cameron Interviews Post-Debate Palin

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PBS has an online poll posted asking if Sarah Palin is
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flooding the voting with YES votes.

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picked up by mainstream media and can influence undecided voters in swing

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The Truth About Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin's credentials as a "reformer" are nothing but spin. She has sided with Big Oil, lobbied to increase pork spending and abused her public power to carry out personal vendettas. Here's a guide to separating myth from fact.

Not everybody in Alaska loves Sarah Palin - wow.

Not everybody in Alaska loves Sarah Palin - wow. A rally of people with signs saying "Mcsame", and "Keep Hockey Mom Out Of D.C.", and "Palin is G.W. Bush with Lipstick", and "Voted for her once, never again." Lots of Obama endorcement.

Pastor Speaks About The Republican Party and Sarah Palin!

You have to see this!

There have been many pastors speaking about the upcoming election.

Now a pastor from Baltimore, MD; Pastor Jamaal Harrison-Bryant of Empowerment Temple speaks about the Republican Party, John McCain and Sarah Palin.

Pastor Bryant makes reference to Sarah Palin being bipolar as well as beng a product of a trailer park.

You can view it on YouTube:

Palin Accepted $25,000 in Gifts, Alaska Records Show

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who has made a crackdown on gift-giving to state officials a centerpiece of her ethics reform agenda, has accepted gifts valued at $25,367 from industry executives, municipalities and a cultural center whose board includes officials from some of the largest mining interests in the state, a review of state records shows.

Conservative columnist: Palin should quit

Conservative columnist Kathleen Parker tells it like it is: Sarah Palin is in over her head and needs to go:

Sarah Slideshow

OK, couldn't resist this one. Extremely funny Sarah Palin slideshow that skewers many others besides her:

Palin: New Great Depression may be on way

NEW YORK - Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said yesterday that the United States could be headed for another Great Depression if Congress doesn't act on the financial crisis.

Mrs. Palin made the comment in an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric while visiting New York to meet foreign leaders.

Steering the McCain Campaign, a Lot of Old Bush Hands

When Gov. Sarah Palin flew home to Alaska for the first time since being named the Republican vice presidential nominee, she brought along at least half a dozen new advisers to conduct briefings, stage-manage her first television interview and help her prepare for a critical debate next month


When a client asked WigSalon to make her a wig that looked like Sarah Palin's hair style and color, she expected to wait weeks for it. She was really surprised when she got a call the next day from the owner saying that we already had the wig style and the right color for her. All she needed was "a few bobby pins and maybe some eye-glasses" to complete her look.

Palin's earmarks: Not just for the halibut

Senator John McCain recently told reporters that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has “learned that earmarks are bad.”

Sarah Palin Defends Experience, Takes Hard Line Approach on National Security

On the anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, Gov. Sarah Palin took a hard-line approach on national security and said that war with Russia may be necessary if Georgia were to join NATO and be invaded by Russia.

When asked whether the United States should be able to invade Pakistan in pursuit of terrorists along the Afghanistan border, Palin demured.

Palin requests earmarks for researching the “genetics of harbor seals”

Senator John McCain recently told reporters that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has “learned that earmarks are bad.”

Palin's Ethics Scrapes May Undercut Pledge to End Old Politics

Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- John McCain's choice of Sarah Palin as his running mate sent a signal that he would end business as usual and cronyism in government. Her record shows the Alaska governor engaged in some of the same practices she and McCain now condemn.

No questions, please; Palin sticks to her script

LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — John McCain took a risk in picking little-known Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as a running mate, but now the campaign's playing it safer. She's sticking to a greatest hits version of her convention speech on the campaign trail and steering clear of questions until she's comfortable enough for a hand-picked interviewer later this week.

Sarah Palin: quite the 'maverick'

Sarah Palin's really turning out to be quite the political 'maverick' she's portrayed to be:

Gov. Palin has requested $750 million in her two years as governor---Largest reguest in nation

The Bridge to Nowhere argument isn't going much of anywhere.

Despite significant evidence to the contrary, the McCain campaign continues to assert that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told the federal government "thanks but no thanks" to the now-famous bridge to an island in her home state.

Palin used state funds for trip to speak at her former church

Gov. Sarah Palin used state funds in June when she traveled from Juneau to Wasilla to speak to graduating evangelical students and urge them to fan out through Alaska "to make sure God’s will be done here."

Rasmussen: Palin has a higher favoribility ranking than Obama, McCain - 58%

Very interesting:

week ago, most Americans had never heard of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Now, following a Vice Presidential acceptance speech viewed live by more than 40 million people, Palin is viewed favorably by 58% of American voters. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 37% hold an unfavorable view of the self-described hockey mom.

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