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When comedian Kristy Webb took to the streets of New York dressed as Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the experience was nothing less than "surreal."
She was ogled by politically starstruck New Yorkers, stumped on policy questions by angry NYU students and asked how she, as the possible second-in-command of our country, could help to improve ordinary American lives, by ordinary Americans.
In Webb's words, here's what it feels like to be the woman who could break the political glass ceiling forever. . . .