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Politics: Grayson and Palin / A Discussion #975680

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 30, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Tweet from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin about Alan Grayson's campaign ad quoted. Monday's CNN story introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Two new campaign ads distorting the facts, one by Alan Grayson† of Florida against "Taliban" Daniel Webster, noted; Grayson's ad shown. [From the campaign, WEBSTER - speaks about "submitting" in context.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with talk radio host Dana Loesch and CNN's Roland Martin about Palin and Grayson and the media and the Alaska Senate race. [LOESCH - says credit has to be given to the media in this case and Palin should respond; expresses concern about Senator Lisa Murkowski, who is a disgrace to the Republican Party, lost the people's vote and is now a write-in candidate.] [MARTIN - raises questions about Palin; criticizes Grayson and political hypocrisy on both sides.]

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