Governor Sarah Palin was on the Rusty Humphries Show yesterday in between book signings.  This was a different interview, as he didn’t want to ask her the same questions that she had been asked numerous times already (listeners also submitted questions).  So they discussed ANWR, economy, illegal immigration, Climategate (which she did a Facebook post on yesterday), Obama’s birth certificate and past associations, and much more.

She received some criticism over her answer to Obama’s birth certificate, so she responded via Facebook:

Voters have every right to ask candidates for information if they so choose. I’ve pointed out that it was seemingly fair game during the 2008 election for many on the left to badger my doctor and lawyer for proof that Trig is in fact my child. Conspiracy-minded reporters and voters had a right to ask… which they have repeatedly. But at no point – not during the campaign, and not during recent interviews – have I asked the president to produce his birth certificate or suggested that he was not born in the United States.

HT: Josh Painter for the heads up on the interview.

4 comments
  1. While Sarah Palin defended the question over where President Obama was born, the fallout from Palin’s lapse of judgement about never producing Trig’s birth certificate has placed her own questionable affairs front and center for all to talk about. Hmmmmm. No one can confirm who is really Trig’s mom. Sarah Palin may carry Trig around these days on the book tour, but did she carry him as a fetus? Birth certificate’s are tricky things, aren’t they?

    1. @dekeriers, No one can confirm it? How about her own OB/GYN? Her neighbors, friends, coworkers, and family.

      I know Andrew Sullivan thinks he’s an expert on Governor Palin’s uterus, but to say no one can confirm who Trig’s mother is, is completely asinine. Out of all the smears from the left that came at this family that has to be the most idiotic and baseless charge.

      When she was asked that question she said people have the right to ask it (it is a constitutional requirement), but she herself doesn’t believe it.

      Stop drinking the kool aid, it’s ok, you can put it down and come back to reality.

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