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Palin guilty of abusing power

By | 2008-10-10T22:32:19+00:00 October 10th, 2008|Election 2008, Party Politics|Comments Off on Palin guilty of abusing power

Governor Sarah Palin the maverick seems really to be Governor Sarah Palin the run-of-the-mill power-abusing neocon. She’s the same as Bush: no better, no worse.

The AP reports:

Branchflower said Palin violated a statute of the Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act.

Palin and McCain’s supporters had hoped the inquiry’s finding would be delayed until after the presidential election to spare her any embarrassment and to put aside an enduring distraction as she campaigns as McCain’s running mate in an uphill contest against Democrat Barack Obama.

But the panel of lawmakers voted to release the report, although not without dissension.

“I think there are some problems in this report,” said Republican state Sen. Gary Stevens, a member of the panel. “I would encourage people to be very cautious, to look at this with a jaundiced eye.”

Full Report here.

So I wonder if we can investigate the White House for…

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  1. libhomo October 12, 2008 at 9:21 am

    If Palin were a Democrat (or a Libertairan or a Green), the corporate media would be stridently demanding that she resign as Alaska’s governor.

  2. Leah Darling October 12, 2008 at 9:38 pm

    SInce this report has been released, I noticed she has toned down the rhetoric about Sen. Obama’s character. Hmmm…

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