Palin broke a law but didn't break a law.
We have sunk to a new low in disinformation.
Today a special investigator's report from Alaska accuses Palin of abusing power to have her ex brother-in-law fired.
A quote from the report:
"The Branchflower report states Todd Palin used his wife's office and its resources to press for Wooten's removal, and the governor "failed to act" to stop it. But because Todd Palin is not a state employee, the report makes no finding regarding his conduct."
So the issue is whether Todd Palin (not Sarah ) tried to get his brother in law fired. And apparently Sarah failed to act. Since when does a wife control her husband?
In addition the report says this:
"About 1,000 more pages of documents compiled during the inquiry will remain confidential because they involve private personnel matters, according to the council's chairman, state Sen. Kim Elton.
"I believe that these findings may help people come to a conclusion on how they should vote" in the presidential election, Elton said."
Senator Kim Elton is a DEMOCRAT.
What is Kim hiding in those 1000 pages of documents?????????????????? And who is she to tell me how to vote???
Let's get down to the real issue, which I am well known for.
The issue is this: Cattiness. Pure and Simple.
Personally I have been shocked at the catty behaviour of liberal women ever since Palin was selected as a VP candidate. Democratic women have been looking down their noses at Palin, and it's embarassing to me as a girl cat.
The SNL skit with actresses portraying both Palin and Hillary was hilarious, but also brilliant for capturing the viciousness of the wars between red and blue women.
Why can't a woman be conservative? This conservative candidate fielded many catty comments yesterday from her opponant, Chey, a very liberal democat. Stick to the issues!
Tonight I saw a piece on CNN about African American Republicans. Like those actually exist???Wow. I never knew. Bro, I'm so sorry to have mislabled you.
It's the issues, it's the platforms.
Skittles, The Huntress