Palin doesn't want to concede Michigan

Ethel C. Fenig
Sarah Palin, the ever smiling, eternal optimist, doesn't give up easily as proven by this interview with Carl Cameron of Fox News the day after the vice presidential debate. 

When asked by Cameron about the McCain's campaign decision to withdraw from Michigan, effectively conceding the state to Obama, she expressed a desire to continue there. 


PALIN: Well, that's not a surprise because the polls are showing we're not doing as well there, evidently, as we would like to. But, I (INAUDIBLE) up this morning, also. I fired a quick e-mail and said, oh, come on. Do we have to call it there? Todd and I would happy to get to Michigan and walk through those plants where car manufacturers.

We'd be so happy to get to speak with the people there in Michigan, who are hurting because the economy is hurting. Whatever we can do and whatever Todd and I can do in realizing what their challenges in that state are, as we can relate to them and connect with them and promise them that we won't let them down in the administration. I want to get back to Michigan and I want to try.

Perhaps now the McCain/Palin campaign will return to Michigan.
Sarah Palin, the ever smiling, eternal optimist, doesn't give up easily as proven by this interview with Carl Cameron of Fox News the day after the vice presidential debate. 

When asked by Cameron about the McCain's campaign decision to withdraw from Michigan, effectively conceding the state to Obama, she expressed a desire to continue there. 


PALIN: Well, that's not a surprise because the polls are showing we're not doing as well there, evidently, as we would like to. But, I (INAUDIBLE) up this morning, also. I fired a quick e-mail and said, oh, come on. Do we have to call it there? Todd and I would happy to get to Michigan and walk through those plants where car manufacturers.

We'd be so happy to get to speak with the people there in Michigan, who are hurting because the economy is hurting. Whatever we can do and whatever Todd and I can do in realizing what their challenges in that state are, as we can relate to them and connect with them and promise them that we won't let them down in the administration. I want to get back to Michigan and I want to try.

Perhaps now the McCain/Palin campaign will return to Michigan.