Sarah Palin Violated Alaskan’s Trust

October 11, 2008 at 2:32 pm | Posted in American politics | 1 Comment

Great way to put it.

Sarah Palin violated the trust Alaskans placed in her as their governor in how she handled the events surrounding the firing of a state official who had refused to dismiss her ex-brother-in-law from his job as a state trooper, according to a legislative report released Friday night.

The long-awaited report into a scandal that’s become known as “Troopergate” found that Palin, the Republican vice presidential nominee, fired the state’s public safety commissioner, Walt Monegan, partly because he refused to fire Palin’s ex-brother-in-law, Mike Wooten, who was locked in a bitter custody battle with Palin’s sister, Molly McCann.

Give her even more power, and imagine the kinds of abuses she would commit. She is undeserving of any position of power and authority. If the Republicans had any sense of decency, they would do all in their power to ensure she does not appear again as a representative of their party. If the Republicans wish to enter back into the civilized world and behave properly, they will do all in their power to shun this kind of person. If the Republicans wish to have any chance of winning in the future, they would do all in their power to make McCain, Palin, Bush, and Cheney examples of what NOT to do as Republicans.

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  1. i hope walt monegan sues her for every penny she’s got! can we say crazy?! wow!


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