Sunday, 3 May 2009

Suggestion for Sarah Palin's official website

Gordon Brown, the prime minister of Great Britain, has a page for e-petitions on his official website. People start petitions, which can be signed online.

The most popular petition is very revealing.

Recall Sarah Palin


basheert said...

How can a Governor (INO)use the State's website against a specific group of individuals that for whatever stupid reason she has decided to seek revenge upon? Seems like the Alaska State Website belongs to ALL Alaska citizens - whether they agree or disagree with her and her weirdness.
Isn't that misuse of State faciities or some such thing?
I thought all politicians could recognize they would never have 100% support and just accept that as a part of the office? Oh...except of course, for What'sHerFace who uses State resources to target bloggers who are exposing her soft underbelly to the world?
Look how far down she's fallen- she's on her belly now crawling through her own dirt. She doesn't do well when exposed to direct sunlight.
And she sure couldn't accept petitions on HER website - she cannot take criticism....obviously.

Anonymous said...

I am confused by your post. Are you going to start a petition or do you have one already? I propose starting one for your state to reorganize somehow. The way it is set up favors here. AG, judges, personnel board all appointed by the person who has 13 ethics complaints against her????? What about a petition to your legislature to get off their butts and do something about this? Just an idea!!

regina said...


This is a tongue-in-cheek post. The screenshot is of Gordon Brown's petitions page. It really happened to him Back in England.

Sarah Palin would NEVER allow online petitions. She only uses her website to insult the citizens of Alaska who dare criticize her.