ALICE COOPER Says SARAH PALIN Is 'Totally A Breath Of Fresh Air'

Although legendary rocker Alice Cooper has been often quoted in the media as a supporter of the Republican Party, Cooper set the record straight during a recent interview with Canada's Hour.ca. "I'll be honest, I go from Democrat to Republican," he said. "I vote for the person, not the party. [As for U.S. Vice President hopeful Sarah Palin], I think she's totally a breath of fresh air. When they say she has no experience, maybe that's what Washington needs. I still don't know who I'm going to vote for. But in a shooting war, I want a pit bull, not a poodle. I'm gonna go for the hawk."

Alice Cooper was the featured musical performer on CBS-TV's "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" on September 29. Watch his performance of the track "Vengeance is Mine" below.

The uncensored version of the new three-song video including "Vengeance is Mine" can be seen on MySpace.com/AlongCameAVideo as well as YouTube.com/SPV and Imeem.com/AliceCooper.

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