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Also Sally Quinn the reporter from the Washington Post has apologized for what she said about Palin
SALLY QUINN: You pointed out the other night that you thought I was being unfair and that I had judged her before I heard her speak and that I knew anything about her and I think you were right.
I thought that she was amazing in her speech.
She was funny and smart and poised and confident and she gave a great speech, beautifully delivered, and I think she is going to be a formidable opponent.
So all of that, I think I was wrong about her. And I didn't know anything about her--end quote
"How often do mainstream media outlets and their columnists ever say "I blew it"? It is not easy to acknowledge error, let alone a gross and mean-spirited one. Quinn did. (My suggestion is that Palin's first serious print interview should be with her. ) Second, could others follow? If the MSM beats a hasty retreat in the Palin Inquisition, the Obama camp will have no choice but to directly take her on or ignore Palin-mania and let it the McCain-Palin ticket ride the wave of popularity. Either would mark a sweet vindication for McCain personally and his team more" generally."Web Link
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