Sarah Palin and John McCain seem to hold different views on certain issues. Here's how they disagree on two of those issues.
A national marriage amendment to the Constitution
He said: McCain does not support an amendment to the U.S. Constitution defining marriage as between one man and one woman. McCain believes that such matters should be left up to the states to decide.
She said: Despite the fact that Palin claims to be "more of a federalist," meaning she believes individual states should have more say in the laws they pass and how they run their governments, she would welcome an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that specifically defines marriage as between one man and one woman, Palin, in her interview with David Brody said "I wish on a federal level that's where we would go because I don't support gay marriage."
He said: It didn't matter that robo calls were used against him by the Bushites in 2000, nor did it matter that Senator Susan Collins, a Republican from Maine and Senator Norm Coleman, a Republican from Minnesota asked him to "stop these calls immediately," he is not going to do it.
In fact, McCain hired the same people who instigated those vicious robo calls attacking him back in 2000, to create robo calls to viciously attack Senator Obama in 2008.
McCain insists that robo calls claiming Obama "pals around with terrorists" are legitimate because that "palling around" casts doubt on Obama's "judgment and record."
She said: In Colorado Springs, "If I called all the shots, and if I would wave a magic wand, I would be sitting at a kitchen table with more and more Americans, talking to them ... and not having to rely on robocalls ... "