From Kyle Hopkins in Anchorage --
Gov. Sarah Palin arrived home tonight in Anchorage, met by shivering fans and questions from reporters, who wanted to know about Sen. Ted Stevens, her plans for 2012, and tension in the campaign.
Check it out:
Note: Earlier we posted some of the stories describing accusations and fingerpointing within the McCain-Palin campaign, including the anonymous charge that Palin doesn’t know her geography. A reporter asked her about the stories tonight, and while I couldn’t include it in my video – Palin was facing away from my microphone, so you can barely hear her – here’s what she said:
“If they’re an unnamed source, then that says it all. I won’t comment on anybody’s gossip, or allegations that are based on anonymous sources. That’s kind of a small, evidently bitter type of person who would anonymously charge something foolish like that, that I perhaps didn’t know an answer to a question.
“So until I know who was talking about it, I won’t have a comment on false allegations.”
(Let me know if you still want to see the clip, lousy audio and all, and I’ll put it up later.)
Finally, here's a bonus video on Palin's remarks about the media: