Thursday, September 4, 2008

Time For Alaska Too Release Palin Emails To Press

So, the media is falling all over itself to make Sarah Palin the next media darling as she claims her fleeting 15 minutes of is an idea...lets have the special investigators investigating Troopergate release Sarah Palin's emails! Apparently, there is far more to this scandal than McCain's people want us to know, and they hope to keep it under wraps under after the November elections. We suggest that Sarah's dirt be dragged out from under the carpet and put on the coffee table in Americans livingrooms. While we are at it, Palin has admitted to smoking dope up through we really believe she JUST UP AND STOPPED? For that matter, where is the story on her affair with her husband's business partner. If these things are true, do we really want a dope smoking loose legged slut being first in line to lead the free world?

Palin E-Mails Show Intense Interest in Trooper's Penalty

Washington Post Staff Writers
Thursday, September 4, 2008; Page A27

EAGLE RIVER, Alaska, Sept. 3 -- Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the running mate for GOP presidential candidate John McCain, wrote e-mails that harshly criticized Alaska state troopers for failing to fire her former brother-in-law and ridiculed an internal affairs investigation into his conduct.

The e-mails were shown to The Washington Post by a former public safety commissioner, Walter Monegan, who was fired by Palin in July. Monegan has given copies of the e-mails to state ethics investigators to support his contention that he was dismissed for failing to fire Trooper Mike Wooten, who at the time was feuding with Palin's family.

"This trooper is still out on the street, in fact he's been promoted," said a Feb. 7, 2007, e-mail sent from Palin's personal Yahoo account and written to give Monegan permission to speak on a violent-crime bill before the state legislature.

"It was a joke, the whole year long 'investigation' of him," the e-mail said. "This is the same trooper who's out there today telling people the new administration is going to destroy the trooper organization, and that he'd 'never work for that b****', Palin'.)"

Asked about the e-mails, Palin's campaign spokeswoman, Maria Comella, said that Palin was merely alerting officials to potential threats to her family and that there is no evidence that Palin ever ordered Wooten to be fired.

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