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Politics: Palin and Mistakes / A Discussion #979036

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 09, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to a "Wall Street Journal" article questioning her facts about the Federal Reserve examined; WSJ critique on grocery prices, Palin's Facebook/Twitter attack on the "lame stream" media and what she cut out of the article quoted. [Several times, PALIN - attacks the lame stream media.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with radio show host Dana Loesch and CNN's David Gergen about Palin, politicians and mistakes. [GERGEN - assesses what Palin said about food prices; states the larger significance is that Palin has taken on the Federal Reserve; outlines what Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke is trying to do get people buying and borrowing; suggests this speech indicates Palin may be running for president.] [LOESCH - assesses the Palin-WSJ-Fed exchange; suggests Palin may be solidifying her role as kingmaker with her criticism and that she is "fighting down."]

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