Why Some Republicans Are Nervous About Palin

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Alaska governor Sarah Palin isn't sitting well with some veteran GOP operatives. David Frum, Republican strategist and former George W. Bush speech writer, says it's important to know how someone governs before giving them the job. With Palin, that's impossible, he tells Alex Chadwick.



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