Originally published: October 31, 2008
Last updated: November 3, 2008 - 2:27pm
Gov Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) said she fears her First Amendment rights may be threatened by "attacks" from reporters who suggest she is engaging in a negative campaign against Sen Barack Obama (D-IL). In an interview on a conservative radio program, she said her criticism of Obama's associations should not be considered negative attacks. Rather, for reporters or columnists to suggest that it is going negative may constitute an attack that threatens a candidate's free speech rights under the Constitution.
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