She is not only a staunch foe of abortion but also the mother of a boy, Trig, who was born with Down syndrome just a few months before John Mc Cain chose Palin as his running mate.
An ad for Hahn Realty Corporation reads, “If you need commercial real estate, call Joe Kiefer!
Joe is pro-life and a proud supporter of the Vanderburgh County Right to Life.”As Palin makes her way slowly across the crowded ballroom—dressed all in black; no red Naughty Monkey Double Dare pumps tonight—she is stopped every few inches by adoring fans.
As John Mc Cain’s top campaign officials talk more candidly than ever before about the meltdown of his vice-presidential pick, the author tracks the signs—political and personal—that Palin was big trouble, and checks the forecast for her future.
The crowds begin streaming into the Evansville Auditorium and Convention Centre a couple of hours before the arrival of the “special guest speaker” at the Vanderburgh County Right to Life dinner on a soft Indiana spring evening—nearly 2,200 people in the banquet hall, 800 more in an adjacent auditorium watching the proceedings on a live video feed.
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