Next week, at the White House, President Bush will pardon his last Thanksgiving turkey. The actions allow the fowl to live out the remainder of its days at a petting farm, safe from a fork, a knife and a dinner platter. Some other turkeys on the other side of the country were not so lucky. Alaska Governor, Sarah Palin held a turkey pardoning ceremony recently at a farm. While there, she conducted an interview near a worker who was actually slaughtering the entrée for Thanksgiving dinner. What do you think? Did Governor Palin commit a foul with the location of the interview? Was it a contradiction for her to pardon a turkey and then stand near the slaughter of others?