Palin’s Next “Challenge” is Sean Hannity

I guess that the relatively softball interview with Charlie Gibson has been too much for Sarah Palin. Ben Smith reports that  “The first Palin cable interview is with Sean Hannity, Fox says, as she heads back to a zone of relative safety.” TV Newser reports the interview will take place on Tuesday  and will be aired in two parts on Hannity & Colmes on Tuesday and Wednesday at 9:00 p.m.

Most likely Hannity will help prop up Palin and will avoid asking any questions which reveal her limited understanding of national and international issues. There is hope that something of interest could come out of this. Maybe, when speaking with someone on the far right to a far right audience, Palin will let down her guard and say something which she might otherwise not want

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  1. 1
    Kenn Amdahl says:

    Interestingly, some Americans feel McCain/Palin are too liberal:

    McCain-Palin: Too Liberal For America?

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    Dennis says:

    Unlike Obama, who went to Saddleback Church and the O’Reilly factor, it looks like Ms. Palin wants to govern “red America” only.

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    Jerry says:

    Too bad this means she’ll gobble up some more of the precious few remaining days before the election.  Poor Biden’s being left completely alone; no coverage at all.  He can’t buy a headline unless he attacks Palin and he seems relunctant to do that.

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