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CNBC interviews Palin

Monday, September 08, 2008 by Dave Winer.

A fascinating interview by CNBC of Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin. Permalink to this paragraph

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Wow, there's a big difference betw Palin speaking on her own and when she read a professionally written speech that she rehearsed. She sounds kind of dumb and nervous and certainly not at all polished in this interview.  Permalink to this paragraph

Hadn't heard this one before, and it hasn't been viewed many times on YouTube (only about 100K so far). It should get a wide airing, it's very relevant. Permalink to this paragraph


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