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(VIDEO)Palin says she’d be honored to help Obama

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Gov. Sarah Palin said Wednesday that she would be honored to help President-Gov. Sarah Palin says she will support President-elect Barack Obama and his new administration.elect Barack Obama in his new administration, even if he did hang around with an “unrepentant domestic terrorist.”

Gov. Sarah Palin says she will support President-elect Barack Obama and his new administration.

The Alaska governor said in an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that she would be willing to help if Obama asked her for assistance on some of the issues she highlighted during this year’s campaign, such as energy or services for special-needs children.

“It would be my honor to assist and support our new president and the new administration,” said Palin, whom Sen. John McCain chose as his running mate in August.

“I speak for other Republicans and Republican governors, also,” she said.

“They would be willing also to seize this opportunity that we have to progress this nation together, in a united front.”

But asked moments later about some of the tough rhetoric she hurled from the stump, she said she was “still concerned” about Obama’s ties to former Weather Underground member-turned-Chicago college professor William Ayers. Video Watch Palin discuss how she could help Obama »

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.

Video: Ron Paul on CNN 9.4.2008

Ron Paul on Glenn Beck – the Congressman discusses the success of the Rally For The Republic.

Larry King: Bill Maher On His Movie “Religulous”

Bill Maher on Larry King talking about his new movie Religulous.

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John McCain flip flops on Taxes on Social Security

CNN examines John McCain’s statements on raising the payroll tax.

Chevron CEO: Market, not greed, driving gas prices

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Chevron Corp. CEO David O’Reilly says Big Oil is not to blame for skyrocketing gas prices.

Chevron Corp. CEO David O'Reilly says world demand for crude oil has been growing, which is affecting gas prices.

Chevron Corp. CEO David O’Reilly says world demand for crude oil has been growing, which is affecting gas prices.

In an interview Tuesday with Wolf Blitzer on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” O’Reilly said high demand and a short supply of crude oil were key factors causing gas prices to spike. Despite reports of record profits among major oil companies, O’Reilly downplayed a recent poll in which Americans said corporate avarice played a role.

O’Reilly also discussed President Bush’s and GOP presumptive presidential nominee Sen. John McCain’s proposal to lift the ban on new offshore drilling as well as presumptive Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama’s call for taxing companies’ windfall profits.

Blitzer: You know you have — you and ExxonMobil, the Big Oil companies –have a huge public relations problem. In all the recent polls, when the American public is asked, who do you blame for these huge gas prices at the pump, they — more than any other single source — they blame Big Oil. They blame you. What’s going on? Video Watch Blitzer grill O’Reilly »

CNN notices McCain’s energy policy confusion

CNN’s Dana Bash highlighting John McCain’s incoherence on energy policy: