September 13, 2008

The most important answers of tonight's Palin interview

Watch the first little bit of Gov. Palin's interview with Charlie Gibson. Note what she says in her answers to the questions on abortion and stem cell research:



She openly differs with the official McCain position on these policies, saying that those are her personal positions and she is an open book about it.

If anyone in the media ever gets around to asking her position on immigration, perhaps Sen. McCain will give her the freedom to disagree with him on this issue, as well. Because, according to (shrug) Laura Ingraham, Gov. Palin is on our side:

That sells a lot more than “my friends” and comprehensive immigration reform. And she’s not for comprehensive reform, I can tell you that right now. She’s sick to death of this immigration nonsense in the United States."
I can't find any records of this apart from Ingraham's assertion here (which you can hear for yourself if you have a membership to her site. 

(In other news, my interview went well.  I had a second interview promised to me before we left the conference room and one of the VP's called to phone interview me while I was at the airport.  Looking good!)

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