Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Sarah Palin was given judicial notice about her abusive behavior

It seems like we learn a little more everyday about Sarah Palin's outrageous behavior, knowledge that paints an ever more unflattering portrait of Alaska's governor and America's would-be vice president. This morning's revelation comes from Newsweek.

Newsweek probed court documents related to the divorce of Palin's sister from Alaska State Trooper Michael Wooten. A judge in written court documents warned Palin on more than one occasion that she was to stop disparaging the reputation of her former brother-in-law. More and more, it appears that Palin had an unhealthy obsessive interest in injuring her former brother-in-law. I am not going to attempt to decipher her psychological state, but I will hazard a guess that it was not healthy.

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So what record have we accumulated from Sarah's introduction to the nation till today? I am sure I've missed something, but I have noted the following:

1. Abused an in-law to the point it required judicial notice.
2. Used her office to pursue a personal vendetta.
3. Illegally accessed trooper's personnel records.
4. Billed taxpayers to live at home.
5. Lied repeatedly about her actions and attitudes toward the Bridge to Nowhere.
6. Hired a D.C. lobbyist to increase pork-barrel spending for her community.
7. Charged women for their own rape kits.
8. Indicated that a pipeline in Alaska for oil in addition to the Iraq War were, "God's will."
9. After she left office as mayor of Wasilla, left her town in major debt and struggling to recover from a botched land deal for an unnecessary sports complex.

Sarah, you really are the gift that keeps on giving. Golly, it's only the 13th day of your appearance on the national scene.


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