When Mavericks Disagree With Each Other They call themselves a team of mavericks — and lately John McCain and Sarah Palin are living up to the name by disagreeing with each other. Slate.com's John Dickerson discusses the issues the Republican candidates are butting heads on.
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When Mavericks Disagree With Each Other

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When Mavericks Disagree With Each Other

When Mavericks Disagree With Each Other

When Mavericks Disagree With Each Other

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They call themselves a team of mavericks. And lately John McCain and Sarah Palin are living up to the name by disagreeing with each other. Alex Cohen talks to Slate.com's John Dickerson about the issues the Republican candidates are butting heads on.