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Sarah Palin: Federalist on Abortion, AntiFederalist on Gay Marriage

Sarah Palin explains on October 1, 2008 that she opposes Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to self determination because she thinks states should decide such issues, not the federal government:

Katie Couric: Why, in your view, is Roe v. Wade a bad decision?

Sarah Palin: I think it should be a states’ [...]

Sarah Palin Prayer Button

Because schadenfreude is so much fun.

Sarah Palin Admits That She's Out There

Is Sarah Palin out there or what? [...]

Voters Do Gotcha Journalism With Sarah Palin, Says McCain

In the world of John McCain and Sarah Palin, “gotcha journalism” means voters asking questions that McCain and Palin cannot respond to with a coherent answer. I hope we see more gotcha journalism in the weeks to come. [...]

Palinism of the Day: The Spending Cuts of the Bailout Plan?

I was going to try to explain how the bailout plan is completely unrelated to health care reform, and isn’t a spending cut, and all that, but then I noticed that Sarah Palin has cute little glasses and a signature hair style, and the hypno-rays emitted by Palin’s breath of “fresh air” put me in a numb trance once more. [...]

Palinism of the Day: Putin's Levitating Head Where, Where? In Alaska!

“It’s very important, when, when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and, and, uh, comes into the airspace of the United States America, where, where do they go? It’s Alaska! It’s just right over the border.”

— Sarah Palin, September 25 2008, explaining again why living in Alaska [...]