Have you read that people in your crowds yelled hateful things about Barack Obama? SP: With 23,000 people at a rally it would be difficult to pick out one comment. If I heard somebody say something like 'Kill him,' I would certainly not condone that… and I would say something.
Your future son-in-law – SP: What I have heard though are comments like Barack Obama has made outright asking his supporters to go out there and argue with us and 'get in their face.' I've heard things like that directly from, of course, Barack Obama via the news waves. But I haven't heard such a mean-spirited and ugly comment as you mentioned at one of our rallies.
Your future son-in-law told the Associated Press that Obama seems like a nice guy. Tammy of Nashville asks, Do you like Obama as a person? SP: I've never met him.
Is there anything you like? SP: Oh, I admire that he has dedicated three years to serving Americans in the Senate. And anyone who is willing to put so much on the line—in terms of giving up privacy and, at least in our case, almost being in a position of having to allow your family to take unfair shots – because they're committed to a mission, as Barack Obama obviously is, I can respect that. Yeah.
Alicia in New York City asks, Do you think about having more children? SP: No-o-o-o. We got our starting five. That's the final five.
Alicia also wondered if you had any more unique names up your sleeve. SP: We did. We never got to get our Zamboni in. I always wanted a son named Zamboni. TP: I don't think that would have flied.