Palin is fiesty, charming, and isn’t afraid to go on offense. She also is showing command of the facts so far, and clearly learned from her Couric interview by having responses prepared on McCain’s regulatory record, mentioning tabacco and campaign finance reform. Her answer on the housing meltdown — putting all the blame on Wall Street greed and predatory lenders — was a bit too populist for my taste, but she is McCain’s running mate. If Palin can maintain this throughout the debate, she’ll be in good shape.
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