Saturday, December 5, 2009

The 'Bizarre Netherworld' of Andree McLeod

by Lisa Graas, editor --

Lori Calabrese, Sarah Palin Examiner, reports regarding the ethics complaint filed on Friday by veteran ankle-biter Andree McLeod and the response by Palin attorney Thomas Van Flein -- Has Andree McLeod taken her Palin vendetta into a bizarre netherworld?


Currently, the Alaska law allows these complaints to be filed for just about any reason and state taxpayers have had to pay thousands and thousands to answer charges. The state tab for covering the costs of complaints filed by both Republicans and Democrats was upwards of $2 million and the Palin family has had more than $500,000 in legal bills.

Lawmakers in Alaska need to get on the ball if they want to protect the Office so that this can never happen again to a Governor of Alaska. For the life of me, I can't understand what could be holding them back. Laziness? Politics? What's the deal?

Palin offers details about the problems in the abuse of the law in her book: Going Rogue: An American Life

Consider donating the audio book, read by Sarah Palin, to your local nursing home as a Christmas gift: Going Rogue (Abridged, Audio)
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