Field reporters from the Howard Stern show discovered strong support for McCain's policies and VP choice in Harlem. To the surprise of many, it appears Obama supporters there, have mixed views on these basic GOP issues.
Interviewing 'voters on the street' in Harlem, Sal, from the Howard Stern show, discovered three people with strong support for McCain's basic positions on abortion and the war in Iraq, and, surprisingly, Sarah Palin as VP pick.
The first interviewee expressed his support for Sarah Palin. When asked if he would have a problem with Palin as VP, he said "no not at all". When asked if he thought Sarah Palin was the right choice for VP he says ".. I definitely do."
This has caused some consternation among McCain strategists. There were some, apparently, who thought earlier in the campaign, that the GOP had a shot in Harlem, and that McCain should spend more time campaigning in black face. This idea was rejected by the core McCain strategists causing a bitter rift.