Sarah Palin has shared her views on immigration, and “the results are not good” writes the National Review.

“What Palin’s response shows is that, first, she’s completely open to whatever kool-aid they want her to drink — i.e., she has no innate resistance to amnesty for illegals that would cause her to look for less-unappealing ways of saying what the campaign wants her to say. And second, it shows what the campaign is telling her about McCain’s views on the issue — if McCain’s talk of “border security first” were anything but boob bait for Bubba, his operatives would have made it clear that Palin was supposed to include that in her discussion of immigration, but she didn’t even make a passing reference to it.”

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