Thursday, October 30, 2008

More 'Troopergate' Problems for Palin

By Jason Leopold
October 31, 2008

Sarah Palin faces another likely setback in an investigation into whether she entangled her duties as Alaska governor in a family feud with her ex-brother-in-law, a state trooper, according to a senior state legislator. But the new finding is not expected before next Tuesday’s presidential election.

Read on.

2 comments:

had enough! said...

Oh, give it up already!

How about doing some reporting on more important matters to the nation's well-being!

Bob Locke said...

I certainly disagree with the previous comment. Certainly it is very important to investigate such obvious improprieties, and certainly our public servants need to be held accountable. Just because Palin is a clown does not mean that she should get away with abusing her authority.

We've had too much wrongdoing without holding people to account. For a huge example, why haven't Bush and Cheney been impeached? Why hasn't Alberto Gonzales been held to account.

Well, yet. That may still be coming. Unless GWB pulls a full reprieve for all wrongdoing in his administration, which would be oh so typical.

And I suppose the previous commenter would say enough already about that, too.