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Want to sit during a debate? Sarah Palin notes it helps to be a man

Something is off about how the Commission on Presidential Debates treats female candidates. And Sarah Palin isn't going to stand for it. During all the VP debates since 2000, the candidates were comfortably seated behind a table — except for one. SEE MORE: Apparently Hillary Clinton Didn't Look 'Attractive' At Monday's Debate Palin took to Facebook to call out the inequality, writing, "Want a real test — try standing in heels for 90 mins.
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