Saturday, March 21, 2009

Palin says new charges are "baseless"

Of course she does. According to the Anchorage Daily News, a new ethics complaint has been filed against the Guv of the State of Alaska which "accuses her of using state staff and resources for political purposes on two occasions, once this week and once during the presidential campaign."

She says nonsense; these allegations are "baseless."

Perhaps we should give her the benefit of the doubt; you know, "innocent until proven guilty"?

Nah. Let's not. She always say that. Even when she's proven guilty she claims the allegations were "baseless" and that she's innocent!

So, we know Palin the prevaricator is untrustworthy. Furthermore, she has lied on numerous occasions (Bridge to Nowhere, selling plane on e-Bay) and stretched the truth at other times.

We'll just have to wait and see how these play out. But such complaints are not, as Palin would have it, "frivolous." In fact, Palin has had to pay back to the state monies she received for pretending to run her office from her home, as well as for dragging her children to political or social events, even though she insisted at first she had done nothing wrong..

Sarah Palin seems to have a hard time understanding that she works for the people, not vice versa.

But then, most Repugnicans don't understand that!

1 comment:

Bob Poris said...

The voters got what they voted for. They can change that eventually and in the meantime, the courts will have to sort it all out. Her Party seems to like her as a leader. That is sad.

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