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Roundtable: Gov. Palin Facing Backlash

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Roundtable: Gov. Palin Facing Backlash

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Roundtable: Gov. Palin Facing Backlash

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Sarah Palin listens as Sen. John McCain speaks at a press conference. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From hot to not: Some conservatives say Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is out of her league and want her to bow out of the race for the sake of the GOP.

Plus, a Fox News TV host and a handful of financial analysts are blaming blacks and other minorities for the current economic crisis.

Farai Chideya talks with Carmen Van Kerckhove of Racialicious, Jim Collier of Acting White, and Shay Riley of Booker Rising.

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