Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin accepted the GOP vice presidential nomination at the party's convention Wednesday with a speech highly critical of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama.
Palin, who was mayor of a small town before she became governor of Alaska almost two years ago, slammed Obama for what she insisted was his lack of political experience and accused him of being two-sided when he is appealing to voters.
Her speech received raucous applause from the convention crowd in St. Paul, Minnesota, and an equally strong reaction from iReporters across the country. Watch what iReporters had to say Read full article »