A Look Into The GOP VP Vetting Process Despite remaining questions, Sarah Palin is helping McCain reach his objective, Republican strategist Dan Schnur says. He breaks down why he thinks it will take a lot more than a pregnancy to hurt the McCain-Palin ticket.
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A Look Into The GOP VP Vetting Process

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A Look Into The GOP VP Vetting Process

A Look Into The GOP VP Vetting Process

A Look Into The GOP VP Vetting Process

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John McCain's choice for vice president is raising questions about how Sarah Palin was chosen. Madeleine Brand talks to Republican strategist and University of Southern California professor Dan Schnur about concerns over the vetting process. Despite remaining questions about her personal and political history, he says, "There's no question that she's helped him reach the objective of rallying the base."