Earlier today, I advised Rich Lowry that Sarah Palin is a 'no' vote on the Obama-McConnell tax cut deal.
Well, Lowry has responded (although not to me specifically.) He writes:
Perhaps in an excess of care, we don't mark potential candidates "yes" or "no," until they tell us they are a "yes" or "no" (and we've reached out to everyone), or make an absolutely unambiguous statement to that effect.
For the benefit of Mr. Lowry, here is what Sarah Palin said about the Obama-McConnell tax cut deal on December 8, 2010:
Obviously Obama is so very, very wrong on the economy & spins GOP tax cut goals; so fiscal conservatives: we expect you to fight for us & America's solvency.
Based on that statement, could Lowry explain how he thinks Palin is being ambiguous?
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