How has the McCain campaign let a key domain name, sarahpalin.com, escape their grasp? The domain was first registered back in 2004, and renewed in April of this year, well before there was any talk of Alaska's governor as a vice-presidential candidate. The owner of the domain, Peter Torkelson, has taken measures to disguise his link to the site after being outed in August. He's changed the registration to a "proxy" which hides his name and address. But Palin was surely aware of who owned the domain beforehand. With a month left before the election, why is it still up for sale?