Archive for October 21st, 2008

Plain: I have more executive experience than Obama

(CNN) — Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Sarah Palin vowed on Tuesday to use her executive experience to tackle government reform and energy independence if she and Sen. John McCain win this year’s presidential election.

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin speaks with CNN's Drew Griffin Tuesday.WATCH VIDEO

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin speaks with CNN’s Drew Griffin Tuesday.

“It’s going to be government reform because that, that is what I’ve been able to do as a mayor and as a governor, you, you take on the special interests and the self-dealings. Yep, you ruffle feathers and you have the scars to prove it,” Palin said Tuesday in an interview with CNN’s Drew Griffin.

“You have to take that on to give the American people that faith back in their own government. This is their government and we’ve got to put it back on their side,” she said.

Palin said she and McCain, the Republican presidential nominee, discussed the possibility of her working on the issue of energy independence if she becomes vice president. Video Watch Palin talk about potential plans for the vice-president »

Video: Keith Olbermann Special Comment

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GOP ticket’s willingness to say anything to win ultimately damages America more than accusations of anti-Americanism against Barack Obama.

Palin proposes crisis ’scenarios’ if Obama elected

This video is from Fox’s Happening Now, broadcast October 21, 2008.

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Sarah Palin used remarks by Joe Biden to criticize Barack Obama’s experience and foreign policy during a campaign event in Reno, Nevada today. Biden had been quoted as saying that the next president would face a crisis within the first six months of taking office.

Palin said that Iran, Pakistan and Russia could all present a crisis for the next president

Terrorists Will Test Obama

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright agrees with Sen. Biden that it is a ‘statement of fact’ that terrorists will test Sen. Obama within first six months of his presidency. October 21, 2008.

Colin Powell Endorses Barack Obama for President

On NBC’s Meet The Press, General Colin Powell announced his support for Barack Obama. October 19, 2008.