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Palin Socks VP Debate Protocol: Why Did I Have to Stand?

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By    |   Wednesday, 05 Oct 2016 10:46 AM

Sarah Palin, who ran for vice-president in 2008, wants to know why she had to stand during her debate while her male counterparts over the years stayed seated.

And the former Alaska governor adds that appearing on her feet as John McCain's Republican running mate was not easy as she was wearing heels.

In posts sent out over her Facebook and Twitter accounts on Tuesday — the night of the seated, vice-presidential debate between Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana and Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia — Palin complained:

 

 

Palin also weighed in on the vice presidential debate with a cheeky reference to Biblical characters.

"Kaine isn't Abel,'' she quipped.

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