SARAH PALIN CHICKENED OUT. That's all there is to it. If she really had courage, she would finish her term as governor, instead of suddenly resigning to go fishing. And for a courageous person, the title should be "DOWN, BUT NOT OUT".
Well, I think she quit either because she had problems (ethics complaints) or she is focusing on other endeavors. Either way, she should have completed her term.
If she's OUT of office but not DOWN for the count, what's wrong with the way that was worded?
As for Sarah's "shoulds" and "shouldn'ts", I'm not inside her head or even inside of her immediate family, so I've got insufficient data to comment.
by Leta S7 years ago
Currently under 13 ethics investigations...McCain and staff now full-on against her.Aren't you glad we voted Obama in?
by Susan Reid6 years ago
Ok, so Sarah Palin got paid beaucoup denaro to speak at University of California UC) Stanislaus. God forbid the controversy leading up (protests) and coverage of the speech itself should be "enough" for the...
by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
President Obama made a serious mistake when he made the off-hand remark about the Special Olympics, BUT WHO IS SARAH PALIN TO CRITICIZE HIM? It's not like Palin is a very proper person with high ethical standards. Just...
by Miles Cobbett8 years ago
By Miles Cobbett, Alaska Correspondent Well John McCain you may have just pulled off a "Hat Trick" as we say in Hockey games across Alaska -and the rest of the hockey world- when a player pulls off three...
by rhamson5 years ago
With all the excitement generated by Sarah Palins new book "Going Rogue" and what some say is an obvious run at the White House, could she be the answer the Rebublican party is looking for?
by cooldad5 years ago
I blame Hilary Clinton for this. Hilary created the benchmark for political female "hotness" or "not-so-hotness". And when Palin crashed the scene, everyone suddenly thought she was a...
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