Gwen Ifill: "Governor Palin, John McCain made earmarks one of the cornerstones of his campaign and he has vowed not to allow such bills to become law and to name names of the people who are responsible for the pork, yet the bailout bill is loaded with earmarks and Senator McCain voted for it. How does that square with his vow to veto such legislation as President?"
Sarah Palin: "John McCain is very much opposed to such earmarks, but he felt that this bill was too important to the welfare of the economy and the American people and since he felt time was of the essence, he did not want to hold the bill up and risk further destabilization of the markets."
Gwen Ifill: "Could he not then have voted for the bill while stressing his opposition to the pork it contained and still name names?"
Sarah Palin: "Humina, humina, humina…"