Sarah Seems to be Skirting the Ninth Commandment

The New York Times has now published a lengthy review of Palin’s governorship and its conclusions are far from flattering. She seems to have actively supressed rational discourse by lying about scientific data, hired cronies, and punished people who differed with her. That doesn’t sound like much of a change.

The blog “Mudflats” has become a kind of link between Alaska and the lower 48. Most recently
it reports and provides a video and photographs of a wild anti-Palin rally in Anchorage. Seems that a lot of people up there don’t support McCain’s choice to say the least.

The Anchorage Daily News suggests that this rally against Palin was the biggest rally in recent Alaska history.

The ethics investigation brought more bad news as the legislature voted to subpoena the governor’s husband despite the ardent efforts of the attorney hired by the State to represent her. A Republican from Wasilla voted to put the facts on the table in rejecting her plea to obfuscate issues.

Here’s another little factoid. Palin has been talking a lot about ear marks and how Obama exploits them while she avoids them. The truth is not remotely like that. She sought 33 times the amount in earmarks for Alaska as Obama did for Illinois on a per capita basis. McCain had actually singled her out earlier for excessive earmark requests.

One Response to Sarah Seems to be Skirting the Ninth Commandment

  1. stillhere4u says:

    According to, Palin’s lie about not quitting her job also involves misappropriating hunting language that really doesn’t apply. I agree. I wonder how many people will call her on it?

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