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FreshAir cracks Sarah Palin

Thursday, October 16, 2008 by Dave Winer.

A picture named alaska.jpgIt's amazing that Sarah Palin, would-be VP to a 72-year-old cancer survivor asks Who Barack Obama Really Is? and yet we know almost nothing about her. More than amazing, isn't it imprudent? Permalink to this paragraph

Well, they cracked the nut on FreshAir, inviting Michael Carey, a former editor of the Anchorage Daily News to a 40-minute interview. He answered a lot of the outstanding questions about Sarah Palin. Highly recommended. Permalink to this paragraph

Fresh Air: Sarah Palin, A View From AnchoragePermalink to this paragraph

It's not too late to ask who this would-be VP is. And if you believe Obama, and I do, there's no reason to assume she will not be elected on November 4.  Permalink to this paragraph


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