Interesting commentary here. Do you think that McCain is treating Palin differently than he would treat a man? And why do people often call her "Sarah" when they don't call McCain "John?"
BTW, Brown is the same reporter that I saw interviewing a McCain spokesperson during the first evening of the Republican convention, the non-convention evening. She was repeating her question over and over in a mild tone of voice and trying to get the spokesperson to stay on the subject of the question rather than talk about the Dems. She was not hostile nor disrespectful, although the man accused her of something like that, and the next day McCain's camp said that her network couldn't have an interview with McCain.
This commentary, however, isn't the least bit neutral. But I do think it brings up a good question: Why can't we hear from Sarah Palin herself? What are they hiding? What are they afraid of?