Corn on “Hardball”: Palin Attacks with Prayer

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At a recent speech in Alaska before a Republican crowd, Governor Sarah Palin complained that during the presidential race last year she had no one on the McCain campaign with whom she could pray at a crucial moment. (And in a big shocker, she slammed the media for treating her unfairly.) Then there’s GOP chairman Michael Steele, who says he might consider running for president–that is, if God gives him a sign. What’s with all this God-talk from GOPers with less-than-impressive track records as political leaders? On Thursday night, we hashed it out on Hardball:

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