“In the Katie Couric interviews, I did feel that there were a lot of things that she was missing, in terms of an opportunity to ask what a V.P. candidate stands for. = What the values are represented in our ticket,” Palin said.
She also got a second chance to answer some of those unanswered questions (she reads the New York Times and the Economist and cites Kennedy v. Louisiana as a decision she disagreed with).
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