Model jual dara

September 19, 2008 at 11:34 am (Uncategorized) ()


Raffella Fico.

ROME: Seorang model Itali yang pernah bersumpah tidak pernah mengadakan hubungan seks bercadang menjual daranya untuk bayaran satu juta euro atau £792,000 (RM4.9 juta).

Model majalah untuk lelaki, Raffella Fico, 20, memberitahu majalah Itali: “Saya tidak sabar untuk melihat siapa yang sanggup membelanjakan wang untuk memiliki saya.”

Fico, yang muncul dalam rancangan Big Brother versi Itali awal tahun ini, berkata beliau akan menggunakan wang itu untuk membeli rumah di Rome dan membayar yuran kelas lakonan.

“Saya tidak tahu apa rasanya melakukan seks,” katanya kepada majalah Chi. � Agensi

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Teresa Kok released from ISA detention (full update)

September 19, 2008 at 11:32 am (Politics) (, )

KUALA LUMPUR: Seputeh MP Teresa Kok was released from detention under the Internal Security Act at about 1pm on Friday.

Her father Kok Kim Tong and mother Poh Seh Kwon were at the Jalan Travers police station here when she was released.

“I am happy that I have been released and I’m okay,” she told reporters gathered at the police station.

“I do not know why I was released today, just as I do not know why I was detained,” she added.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said that Kok had been released at 1.30pm after investigations showed there was no reason to detain her any further.

“She was released unconditionally,” he added.

Kok, 44, later Friday told a press conference at the DAP headquarters in Petaling Jaya that she would sue Utusan Malaysia and its columnist Zaini Hassan over articles written about her.

She also said she would sue former Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo over his statements about her, and the Government for unlawful detention (see full statement below).

Kok said that throughout her detention, she was repeatedly asked three questions:

1) Whether she had mobilised a group of residents at Bandar Kinrara to present a petition to oppose the Azan at the Bandar Kinrara mosque;

2) Whether she had made a statement that 30% of the allocation for the Selangor Religious Department should be given to other non-religious bodies; and

3) Whether she was opposed to Jawi wordings in road signages in Kuala Lumpur.

Kok also said that the police never explained to her why she had been detained.

“I kept asking why I had been detained but the police never told me why,” she added, saying that she gave her full co-operation to the police during her eight-day detention.

She said she had thought she was detained for seven days as the police had more questions for her, but there were none.

“I kept asking them ‘What have I done to be arrested under the ISA?’, but they could not answer me.

“They only told me that it was an ‘instruction from the top’ but they did not specify anything,” she said.

On the day she was arrested, Kok said that she was on her way home after her formal functions when two cars stopped her vehicle.

“One stopped behind my car, the other stopped in front of me. I felt like I was being kidnapped.

“They knocked on my window, told me to come out and said that I was being arrested under the ISA,” she said.

She added that they did not even allow her to make a phone call to her lawyer or her family, which suspects are entitled to when arrested.

“I was denied even this. So I had to give some numbers to my driver and he had to make the calls for me,” she said.

Darkness lifted
Her parents, Kok Kim Tong, 74, and Pong Seh Kwan, 71, were also present at the press conference, and both looked very happy.

“I have not been able to sleep in the last one week, and my high-blood pressure has gone up,” said Pong.

“But I am so happy today that my daughter has been released. It feels like the darkness which had been present all week has been lifted from my home and my heart. It’s bright again,” Pong said. Also present at the press conference were many Pakatan Rakyat leaders including Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and DAP national chairman Karpal Singh.

The Kinrara assemblyman and senior Selangor state executive councillor was detained one week ago, together with Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamarudin and Sin Chew Daily reporter Tan Hoon Cheng.

Tan was released after 18 hours.

Kok was detained because she was considered a potential threat to national security for “racial incitement” after she was accused of petitioning a mosque to reduce the volume for azan (the call to prayer), something which she had vehemently denied.

The accusation surfaced in a Sept 10 article in Utusan Malaysia quoting former Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo.

The accusation was refuted by the Kinrara mosque committee chairman and Kota Raja MP Dr Siti Mariah had lodged a police report against Dr Mohd Khir on this issue.

Kok also lodged a police report against the Malay daily, its columnist Zaini Hassan and Dr Mohd Khir.

“I believe one of the excuses for my ISA detention is in relation to that article and I place Utusan Malaysia, Zaini Hassan and Dr Mohd Khir Toyo responsible for my arrest,” she had stated in her police report.

On Monday, Kok filed a habeas corpus application in the High Court for her release citing that her arrest and detention under the Internal Security Act was unlawful.

Sankara said then that the court had fixed Sept 23 for hearing but said they would apply for Sept 22 instead as he had another case and Karpal Singh would be in East Malaysia on that date.

Repeal or review ISA
Gerakan welcomed the release of Kok and reiterated its call for the release of Raja Petra, adding that the ISA needs “to be substantially amended if not repealed.”

Gerakan acting president Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon said the step was necessary to prevent what is now widely perceived as misuse and abuse of the law.

“No doubt, by previous ISA ‘standards’, her detention of less than seven days is comparatively short … still, this infringes on human rights and freedom,” he said in a statement on Friday.

Dr Koh said when he met Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi briefly on Tuesday, he assured him that the police had been told not to detain Kok and Raja Petra for a day longer than was necessary for investigation and other procedures.

“While the Prime Minister’s sincerity and seriousness are appreciated, these two cases drove home the point that the police exercise of the ISA seemed to be based on a rather flimsy and even flippant basis,” he said.

PAS Youth urged the Government not to use the ISA on anyone at all on humanitarian grounds.

“If you have proof, let the courts decide. There’s no use for this draconian law,” said PAS Youth chief Salahuddin Ayub.

Transparency International Malaysia urged the Government to free Raja Petra and all other ISA detainees in the interest of national transparency, integrity and progress.

Its president Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam said Kok’s release was an expression of better acccountability on the part of the Government.

The Centre for Public Policy Studies said Kok’s detention was unwarranted and should not have taken place.

Newsflash:
Court to hear Raja Petra’s application next Friday

Seputeh MP Teresa Kok’s full statement
My ISA detention is without any legal or moral basis. It is a clear abuse of detention without trial.

I have been released after being detained in solitary confinement in a 6ft by 8ft holding cell for seven days under the Internal Security Act. I was informed by the police that they detained me under Section 73(1) of Internal Security Act 1960, which means I have incited racial and religious tension and conflict.

After being detained for seven days under the guise of so-called investigations, the police failed to produce any evidence or proof of me being involved in the activities of causing racial and religious tension.

They were only able to ask me few questions based entirely on the false and malicious article written by Zaini Hassan under the topic “Azan, jawi, JAIS, Uitm dan ba-alif-ba-ya” that was published in Utusan Malaysia on Sept 10, 2008.

The three main questions that the investigation officers asked me were:

1) Whether I had mobilised a group of residents at Bandar Kinrara to present a petition to oppose to the azan at the Bandar Kinrara mosque;

2) Whether I had made a statement that 30% of the Selangor Islamic Department (JAIS) allocation is to be given to other non-Islam religious bodies; and

3) Whether I had opposed the Jawi wording in road signages in Kuala Lumpur.

I denied the first two accusations as I did not do any such things as accused. I also told them that the issue of opposing Jawi road signages in Kuala Lumpur was done in January/ February 2008 at the request and following the pressure of resident associations. The resident associations, particularly in Taman Seputeh, were most unhappy because many of the road signages were changed arbitrarily by DBKL a few months before and changed again soon after this time with Jawi wordings. They were strongly opposed to this kind of wastage of public funds by DBKL.

I was quite surprised that there were no other questions posed to me besides these few main questions.

The Internal Security Act is meant to detain people who threaten national security. The three issues stated above have nothing to do with national security. If the police wanted to carry out investigations on me, they can always ask me to give statements in any police station and there was absolutely no need to detain me under the ISA for seven days. This is a phenomenal abuse of the power of police under the ISA.

Besides, it is nonsensical for the police to detain me under the ISA merely based on the unsubstantiated article written by an irresponsible columnist in Utusan Malaysia. How can they regard that article as the gospel truth without investigating the writer in the first place? How can Utusan Malaysia publish it without verifying the facts?

I wish to ask the police whether they have called Zaini Hassan and Utusan Malaysia’s editors for questioning before and after my detention.

I know that the imam of Bandar Kinrara mosque has publicly denied that I got involved in the Puchong residents petition against the azan of his mosque on Sept 13. I am also quite surprised to read in the New Straits Times dated Sept 19 that the official of the Bandar Kinrara mosque was called by the Dang Wangi police for statement recording only yesterday afternoon. Why did the police do it so late, one week after I was arrested? Why didn’t they check their facts first before they arrested me and put me behind bars?

I have been made scapegoat in the internal squabbles of Umno.

I see my detention as a ploy by Umno to try to cover up the embarrassment and the outrage of the racist statements made by Ahmad Ismail in Penang. I wonder why did they choose an innocent person like me as I have never made any racist statements or racist speeches in the past?

I lodged a police report on Sept 17 against Utusan Malaysia, Zaini Hassan and Dr Khir Toyo for criminal defamation. I would therefore urge the police to investigate Utusan Malaysia’s editors, those racist bloggers and Dr Khir Toyo under the Penal Code.

As I have mentioned in my previous lawyer’s visit, I will sue Utusan Malaysia, Zaini Hassan and Dr Khir Toyo. I have also instructed my lawyers to sue the Malaysian government for my unlawful arrest and detention.

Raja Petra should be released.

As I am free from ISA detention today, I also call for the release of Raja Petra, the Hindraf Five and all other 60 over detainees under the draconian ISA.

I would also like to thank all politicians in the ruling parties as well as in the Pakatan Rakyat, NGOs, churches and all social organisations who have campaigned and prayed for my release.

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Dr M: No justification for arrest of bloggers, Teresa

September 19, 2008 at 11:31 am (Politics) (, , )

PUTRAJAYA: There is no justification for the arrest of bloggers Raja Petra Kamarudin and Syed Azidi Syed Abdul Aziz, better known as Kickdefella, and Seputeh MP Teresa Kok, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

The former prime minister condemned the use of the Internal Security Act (ISA) against Raja Petra, who is the editor of controversial online news portal Malaysia Today, and Kok, a Selangor executive councillor and Seputeh MP.

Syed Azidi was detained for sedition on Wednesday for posting allegedly seditious statements in his blog.

Dr Mahathir said Kok’s arrest was not justified as there was no security reason at the moment but the Government could arrest her later for such a purpose if necessary.

He said if Kok was involved in trying to stop the azan (call for prayers), there should be an explanation that the subject was not something she should talk about.

Asked if he would agree for the ISA to be amended, he said there was no amendment during his time as the people who were enforcing it refused to amend it.

He said this to reporters after launching his book chedet.com Blogging to unblock at the Perdana Leadership Foundation here yesterday.

On him rejoining Umno, Dr Mahathir said he would wait for the right time to submit his application.

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Nik Aziz harap Anwar tak kena ISA

September 19, 2008 at 11:29 am (Politics) (, , , , )

Oleh Ismail Mat dan Shamsul Kamal Amarudin
bhnews@bharian.com.my

KOTA BHARU: Murysidul Am Pas, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat berharap kerajaan tidak akan menahan Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim mengikut Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA).

Nik Abdul Aziz yang juga Menteri Besar Kelantan berkata, sebarang tindakan yang mahu diambil terhadap Anwar wajar dibuat mengikut saluran undang-undang supaya pihak ditahan diberi peluang membela diri.

“Mudah-mudahan tidak berlaku kerana kecaman terhadap ISA memang begitu banyak dan menonjol, termasuk oleh menteri undang-undang (bekas Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Zaid Ibrahim) yang sanggup meletak jawatan.

“Mudah-mudahan dengan semangat Ramadan ini, mereka mengambil kira dosa dan pahala, tidak akan berlaku tangkapan. Kalau menteri yang jaga undang-undang pun letak jawatan atas alasan ISA disalahgunakan, kenapa kita nak gunakannya lagi.
“Lebih baik guna undang-undang lain, biar mereka yang kena tangkap berpeluang mendapat khidmat peguam dan membela diri depan hakim,” katanya kepada media di JKR 10, di sini semalam.

Beliau mengulas kebimbangan penyokong pembangkang terhadap kemungkinan Anwar ditahan mengikut ISA selepas disifatkan kerajaan sebagai ancaman kepada ekonomi dan keselamatan negara.

Nik Abdul Aziz berkata, Nabi Muhammad SAW pun turut membenarkan sahabatnya bercakap kasar meskipun tidak disenangi sahabat lain dengan alasan sudah menjadi hak seseorang untuk bercakap dan itu juga bukti demokrasi dalam Islam.

Menurutnya, ketidaktentuan yang berlaku dalam negara sekarang adalah bukti Barisan Nasional (BN) dan Kabinet menghadapi masalah walaupun ia mungkin dianggap suatu dongeng sebelum ini.

Di IPOH, Penasihat DAP, Lim Kit Siang Lim pula mahu komitmen Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi bahawa Anwar tidak akan ditahan mengikut ISA.

Katanya, beliau bimbang dengan kenyataan Abdullah yang dianggap luar biasa dan ‘keras’ apabila menyatakan Anwar kini menjadi ancaman kepada ekonomi dan keselamatan negara.

“Anwar bukan ancaman. Ia hanya menjadi ancaman kepada keselamatan politik pemimpin BN. Ancaman kepada keselamatan pemimpin BN adalah berbeza dengan ancaman kepada keselamatan negara.

“Kami bimbang dengan kenyataan Perdana Menteri. Sekarang semua orang bertanya, sama ada beliau akan melancarkan Operasi Lalang 2 terhadap parti pembangkang,” katanya.

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Tiada sidang tergempar

September 19, 2008 at 11:26 am (Politics) (, , , , , )

Oleh Norfatimah Ahmad, Anwar Hussin, Sazarina Shahrim dan Khairul Azran Hussin
bhnews@bharian.com.my


ABDULLAH dan Najib pada sidang media selepas mesyuarat MT Umno, di Kuala Lumpur, semalam.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi menegaskan beliau tidak akan memanggil sidang tergempar Dewan Rakyat seperti yang diminta Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, semalam.

Perdana Menteri berkata, tindakan itu tidak perlu kerana Parlimen yang akan bersidang semula pada 13 Oktober ini boleh digunakan oleh pembangkang untuk melaksanakan apa yang mereka rancang.

“Parlimen akan bersidang semula selepas Ramadan. Jadi (pembangkang boleh) guna kesempatan itu untuk buat apa pun,” katanya selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat Majlis Tertinggi (MT) Umno, di sini semalam.

Anwar dalam sidang akhbarnya petang semalam mengumumkan, beliau yang mewakili Pakatan Rakyat sudah menghantar surat meminta Abdullah memanggil sidang tergempar Parlimen bagi membolehkannya membuat usul undi tidak percaya terhadap Perdana Menteri.

Beliau meminta ia dibuat tidak lewat daripada 23 September ini untuk membuktikan dakwaannya bahawa Pakatan Rakyat sudah mempunyai sokongan mencukupi daripada Ahli Parlimen Barisan Nasional (BN) yang mahu melompat parti bagi membolehkannya membentuk kerajaan baru.

Yang Dipertua Dewan Rakyat, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, sebelum ini dilaporkan berkata Peraturan Mesyuarat menetapkan hanya Ketua Majlis iaitu Perdana Menteri yang boleh memanggil sidang khas Dewan Rakyat.

Abdullah berkata, beliau memerlukan sedikit masa untuk meneliti kenyataan yang dibuat Anwar berhubung perkara itu sebelum memberi komen terperinci mengenainya.

Sementara itu, ketika ditanya kemungkinan tindakan mengikut Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA) akan dikenakan terhadap Anwar, Perdana Menteri berkata setakat ini beliau tidak bercadang untuk mengambil tindakan itu kepada sesiapa pun.

“Saya tidak kata apa-apa pun pada sesiapa (untuk kenakan tindakan mengikut ISA) tetapi jika ada orang yang terasa dia akan ditahan atau dia memang rasa bersalah, tidak tahu la,” katanya.

Mengenai pelan peralihan kuasa antara beliau dan timbalannya, Abdullah berkata, sebarang keputusan berkaitan perkara itu sama ada di peringkat parti atau kerajaan akan dibuat selepas beliau berbincang dengan Datuk Seri Najib Razak sendiri.

Perdana Menteri berkata, beliau sendiri akan menentukan tindakan lanjut yang akan diambil berhubung kedudukannya sebagai Presiden Umno dan Perdana Menteri selepas berbincang dengan timbalannya itu.

“Saya beri perhatian mengenai semua perkara yang berlaku termasuk situasi dalam parti. Sebarang keputusan yang dibuat akan dibincangkan lagi dengan Najib sebelum dibawa untuk makluman MT Umno,” katanya.

Ditanya sama ada beliau akan bertanding mempertahankan jawatan Presiden, Abdullah berkata: “Mesyuarat bahagian belum bermula lagi dan apa-apa yang perlu saya laksanakan, dan apa-apa tindakan yang akan saya buat sekali lagi ke, apa ke, itu terserah kepada sayalah.

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Protesters Interrupt Obama Event

September 19, 2008 at 11:22 am (Barack Obama, Politics) (, )

From CBS News’ Maria Gavrilovic:

(CORAL GABLES, FLA.) – Barack Obama’s rally at the University of Miami was briefly interrupted today after a dozen or so protestors began to wave homemade signs.

The group of mostly African American men held signs that read, “Blacks against Obama”, “Jesse Jackson hates Obama”, “Obama for abortions”, “Obama for gay marriage” and “Obama endorsed by the KKK.”

They are said to be part of a Miami based group called “Michael Warns”.

The crowd of over 5,000 people at the event shouted the hecklers down by chanting “Yes we can!”

Obama briefly paused and tried to calm the crowd down by telling the crowd to hold on. “Hey young people out there – it’s no problem for you to put your signs up, but let everybody – let me finish what I have to say, alright?,” he told the protesters as he stood on stage.

The group was escorted out shortly afterwards by security. “Alright guys, see ya,” Obama said as they left, “Alright, let’s get back to work.”

A similar group of hecklers appeared at an Obama event in Tampa in August.

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Blacks Against Obama

September 19, 2008 at 11:20 am (Barack Obama, Bristol Palin, Politics) (, )

Barack Obama’s campaign rally in Coral Gables, Florida on Friday was interrupted by a group of African-American protesters, calling themselves “Blacks Against Obama”. See the video of the “Blacks Against Obama” rally below.

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The “Blacks Against Obama” group, consisted of about 10 African-Americans that showed up at the Obama rally in Florida. The protesters held signs saying, ”The signs said Obama was for gay marriage and abortion, and said his candidacy was “endorsed by the KKK.” Another sign said, “Jesse Jackson hates Obama.”

Barack Obama was going to allow the protesters to stay at the rally, but they kept on shouting and interrupting the rally, and had to be escorted out.

Here’s the video of the “Blacks Against Obama”:

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Obama Says Palin Pregnancy “Off Limits”

September 1, 2008 at 7:09 pm (Bristol Palin, Politics) (, , , , )

Barack Obama addressed a gaggle of reporters this afternoon to discuss the latest goings-on with Hurricane Gustav. After brief opening comments on the much-hyped, overly politicized hurricane, reporters were curious about one thing: 17-year-old Bristol Palin’s pregnancy, made public today.

“I have heard some of the news on this and so let me be a clear as possible: I have said before and I will repeat again, I think people’s families are off limits, and people’s children are especially off limits. This shouldn’t be part of our politics,” the Democrat said forcefully. “It has no relevance to Governor Palin’s performance as governor, or her potential performance as a VP. And so I would strongly urge people to back off these kinds of stories,” he continued.

The candidate who himself was born to a teenage mom, reminded reporters, “You know my mother had me when she was 18, and how a family deals with issues and you know teenage children, that shouldn’t be the topic of our politics and I hope that anybody who is supporting me understands that’s off limits.”

When asked about an “unnamed McCain advisor” accusing the Obama campaign of spreading despicable rumors surrounding Bristol Palin online, Obama interrupted the reporter mid-question. “I am offended by that statement. There is no evidence at all that any of this involved us,” he said directly. “Our people were not involved in any way in this, and they will not be. And if I ever thought that it was somebody in my campaign that was involved in something like that – they’d be fired,” he added.

With that, Obama boarded his airport-bound bus to head to Milwaukee for a rally.

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Karl Rove Weighs in on the Palin Pregnancy

September 1, 2008 at 7:08 pm (Bristol Palin, Politics) (, , , , )

Suzanne Smalley and a handful of Washington Post colleagues cornered Karl Rove this afternoon to ask about today’s announcement that 17-year-old Bristol Palin, the daughter of newly minted GOP veep pick, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, is five months pregnant–and find out what if anything that news has to do with unproven Internet rumors that the Alaska governor faked an earlier pregnancy to cover for her teenage child. Excerpts:

REPORTERS: Can you comment on what you think of the way that this pregnancy story made its way from a left-wing blog to the national media? Does that trouble you?

Karl Rove: You know, I didn’t see the original left-wing blog.

But as you probably know, it questioned whether Governor Palin herself [faked her pregnancy to cover for her teenage daughter]?
Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. I saw the Daily Kos [a blog that posted such rumors]. I see that as a separate track, that’s a separate beat than this [announcement that Palin’s 17-year-old daughter is pregnant].

But isn’t that what ultimately prompted the campaign [to announce Palin’s daughter’s pregnancy today]?
No, I don’t think so. I think they had a plan to put this out. They have to. She’s five months pregnant, so by election time she’ll be seven months pregnant.

Do you think they wanted to do it at the beginning of the convention?
I don’t know when they wanted to do it. But today’s a reasonably good day to do it.

Because?
Lots of news. And they get a chance to have this ruminated over several days.

Before she takes the stage?
Right.

You said earlier she’s a risky pick?
What I said was that this was a gamble. And it was a deliberate gamble. They’re picking somebody who is not well known, who has not been on the national stage, so it carries with it risks and rewards. As does, you know, frankly, picking the guy who got less than 1 percent of the primary vote for president on the Democratic side and who has a reputation for being a little bit long-winded.

Did you call him [Biden] a blowhard doofus [as has been reported]?
Well, I’m gonna leave it at that.

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Palin Pregnancy Rocks Political World

September 1, 2008 at 7:07 pm (Bristol Palin, Politics) (, , , , )

The news that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s 17-year-old unmarried daughter is pregnant rocked the political world Monday almost as much as Palin’s joining the Republican ticket did just three days ago.

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The announcement sought to put to rest a potentially damaging Internet rumor concerning the parentage of Palin’s infant son. It also showcases one of Palin’s strengths as a candidate: the perception that she is a “real” person who has coped with setbacks that average Americans face every day.

For the latest on Hurricane Gustav, watch “Gustav Storms the Gulf” on a special edition of “20/20” at 10 p.m. ET

But by the same token, the pregnancy raises complicated questions for conservative voters regarding issues of teenage sexual activity. And — perhaps more troubling for the McCain-Palin ticket — the revelation comes during a critical period where voters are just beginning to learn about Palin and her family.

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