Gov. Sarah Palin and Charlie Rose on October 12, 2007

I dragged this video out of the vault because it is a good flipside to the Couric witchhunt, and a preview of the debate.  Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/v/EbSlc4XGGnk&hl=en&fs=1

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3 Responses to “Gov. Sarah Palin and Charlie Rose on October 12, 2007”
  1. Nobama says:

    Nice video clip. Wow, you’ve got a nice fall-like color theme here and I like it. Warm and inviting, friendly. Good choice!

  2. Diamond Tiger says:

    Thanks Nobama….reminds me of butterscotch. Gotta have some middle ground.

  3. Thank you for showing Sarah Palin in a more relevant manner. She represents the kind of country in which I grew up. We called it the United States of America. We were expected to do our part. We played baseball, we drove Chevrolets, but above all we valued life. We protected the young. You wouldn’t have to ask us twice. When a candidate like Ms. Palin gets slammed for her beliefs, as she does continually, it makes me know how far we’ve slid as a country. I love hearing her restate traditional values. Again, they’re my values, they’re our values, and when push comes to shove, they’re the only values worth protecting. Choose life.

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