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I know some liberals are cheering on Campbell Brown for saying Palin's not a delicate flower that will wilt at any moment, but it's not that far from the truth. She can't handle questions from the media very well, and it doesn't have anything to do with her being a woman. It seems just as sexist of Brown to assume that McCain's making all the decisions and that Palin herself has no say in the matter of when and where she's exposed to the media. I think she's probably terrifed of being asked questions.

When the media picked on Dan Quayle, nobody accused them of being sexist.

The accusations of being either sexist or racist are being exploited in this election. That's not to say that there is no sexism or racism, but it's not that clear cut.

Have people seen Palin on Katie Couric? It looks to me like she is reading from notes sometimes and that strikes me as unusual but, since I already have so little respect for her, I want to make sure I'm not going overboard. Is that something other people (besides press secretaries) do in interviews like this? I don't remember seeing it but maybe I just didn't notice. Here is one of the clips where it looks like she looks down to notes?

jillbryant2003..... your link HERE!!

is great. She clearly is just repeating learned talking points and is not engaging in a real conversation.

I was sad to hear her say that the Taliban "hates our freedom and way of life". No one will ever admit that they dislike our mid-east policies.

hahaha i love samantha bee. she is completely merciless. the best 'correspondent' in the show!


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