Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) gets mixed reactions to her stance on immigration, while some bloggers are suprised to hear that former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan admitted he "made a mistake" in trusting that free markets could regulate themselves.

Someone has finally asked Palin what she thinks about immigration, The Corner's Mark Krikorian proclaims, though the blogger is not pleased with her response. Palin told Spanish-langage TV network Univision that she supports a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, and Krikorian says her views amount to amnesty (though Palin said she opposes amnesty when Univision asked). Palin has turned out to be a moderate on the issue, Andrew Sullivan writes at the Daily Dish, noting conservatives' displeasure.

"Oops" was basically what Greenspan told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee today in testimony on the financial crisis, Ann Althouse muses. In light of the current crisis, Greenspan told the committee his models of free markets and deregulation had been flawed, and Think Progress declares that Greenspan was distancing himself from the crisis. Greenspan's claims of flawed models and that the crisis was "broader than anything [he] could have imagined" were cop-outs, according to Think Progress's bloggers.

Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.), meanwhile, is lambasted by conservatives for advocating the so-called Fairness Doctrine in a recent interview on New Mexico AM radio.