[waves hand uncontrollably in the air without waiting for speaker to finish in effort to be called on first as know the answer]
And - for funtime Halloween comparison purposes, two quotes from Palin's interview with ABC:
When asked why women aren't rallying to her, Palin said, "I don't look at polls, so I would not be able to answer that.And, wait for it:
"But you have to consider that there has been the constant barrage, a kind of spin on the my record or my positions," Palin said. "Perhaps it would change someone's perception."
Vargas asked Palin if she continued to refer to Obama's relationships in order to suggest he was "un-American," an historically loaded term.
Palin said she was not calling Obama "un-American" but was calling attention to his record.
"[I'm] not calling him un-American. There is nothing wrong, though, with calling someone out on their record, their associations," she said. "The association issue here, it's not mean-spirited. It's not negative campaigning. It's important and fair to the electorate."