All statements involving Sarah Palin
"Obama held one of the first meetings of his political career in Bill Ayers's home. And they've worked together on various projects in Chicago."
"We're building a nearly $40-billion natural gas pipeline, which is North America's largest and most expensive infrastructure project ever."
"As mayor, every year I was in office I did reduce taxes."
"You had supported John McCain's military strategies pretty adamantly until this race."
"Barack Obama ... 96 percent of his votes have been solely along party line."
"You ... said that Barack Obama was not ready to be commander in chief."
Barack Obama's health care plan is "to mandate health care coverage and have a universal government-run program."
"If an Iranian woman shows too much hair in public, she risks being beaten or killed."
"I fought to bring about the largest private-sector infrastructure project in North American history."
"Through competition as governor, I got agreements to build a nearly $40-billion natural gas pipeline."
Sarah Palin was repeating "Abraham Lincoln's words" in discussing the war in Iraq.
On whether global warming is man-made.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid "said, quote, 'I can't stand John McCain.' "
"That luxury jet was over the top. I put it on eBay."
Barack Obama supports plans to raise "income taxes ... payroll taxes."
"I told the Congress 'thanks, but no thanks,' on that Bridge to Nowhere."
On support for the Bridge to Nowhere.
Drilling in ANWR would have minimal impact, covering only "2,000 out of 20-million acres."
"As governor, I've stood up to ... the big oil companies."
When oil and gas prices sent state revenues up, Palin sent "a large share of that revenue directly back to the people of Alaska."
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