Jennifer E. Thomas (j3nny3lf) wrote,
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Accountability, ethics, and political motivation

If voters believe the report's finding and it tarnishes Palin's reputation as a reformer and a champion for good government, that could hurt Republican presidential nominee John McCain in the final weeks of the race.

The McCain campaign quickly rejected that notion.

"I think the American people can tell the difference between the results of a politically motivated investigation and a legitimate finding of fact," campaign spokesman Taylor Griffin said.


Oh, like, ya know, the difference between a report put out by Sarah Palin and John McCain's campaign saying she didn't do anything wrong, versus a report by a BIPARTISAN COMMITTEE that says that she did? Golly gee you betcha! *wink*

Sarah, you told the people of Alaska to hold you accountable. Then you backtracked on that, refused to answer questions, your people refused to answer questions..

So anyways. Somebody please help me to understand. How is it politically motivated for there to be an investigation that the focus thereof actually said she welcomed.. and which was led by a bipartisan committee, and STILL found her ethics dead wrong?

Were the Republicans on the committee really Democrats in disguise? Did Palin's statement "HOLD ME ACCOUNTABLE" actually have fine print reading "unless I'm chosen as McCain's running mate"?

I hate these people.

If they steal this election too, I will be right there at the forefront of the eight years overdue Revolution. And I am proud to be able to say that I think most of my close friends will be standing right beside me.
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