Tuesday, 11 August 2009
Sarah Palin, "private" citizen
This week hasn't started very well for $arah Palin.
- Keith Olbermann was very vocal about her "death panel" claims and how she incites hatred. He didn't buy her backtracking.
- Levi talked about the Palins marital problems. Will there be a backlash?
- The Alaska Legislature voted to override her veto of the energy stimulus funds. They couldn't see the strings turning into ropes.
Next week will start with the deadline to comply with APOC's requests regarding full disclosure of Arctic Cat deals and gifts received in 2008.
I keep hoping something really big would hit her. The bribery angle in the Juneteenth lawsuit looks promising, but it would be poetic justice if someone actually launched a legal challenge to her slush fund.
Watching her making a spectacle of herself on Facebook as a "private" citizen is tedious and profoundly irritating. Her profile photo changes on a daily basis to reflect her mood, I suppose.
Somehow I don't think she will post the one photo I long to see: the quitter governor sporting an orange jumpsuit, no make-up, no hair extensions, with only matching silver bracelets as adornments.
The other garment perfect for Sarah Palin would be the customized Team Arctic jacket...
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