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The Shine is Going to Come Off Palin

Sarah Palin is going to have to defend McCain's position on this awful bailout bill during the debate on Thursday.

And she'll probably have to repeat their silly talking point that Pelosi and the Democrats are to blame for the bill's failure, with nary a word of support to the strong House conservatives who voted against it.


Update: I don't mean this as a knock personally to Governor Palin. I just mean to say she is in a very hard position if she, like other rock-ribbed conservatives, opposes this thing.

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