Posted November 16th, 2008 by impalin
It was surely an odd bit of timing on Monday, November 4–just the day before one of the biggest presidential elections in American history–that the Alaska State Personnel Board issued a finding by its chief investigator, Timothy J. Petumenos, that Republican vice-presidential candidate and Alaska governor, Sarah Palin, did not breach state ethics laws when she fired Alaska public safety commissioner Walt Monegan in July of this year.
Posted September 29th, 2008 by davidpeters
The Sarah Palin Brother-in-Law Scandal continues to take the spotlight off her selection as John McCain's running mate and instead place it on her ethics.
Palin is the Governor of Alaska whom McCain tabbed as his vice presidential choice on Friday.
When Palin became governor in 2006, her sister was in a messy custody battle with her ex-husband, Michael Wooten. Palin put herself into the middle of the divorce and tried to have her sister's ex-husband fired from his job as a state trooper in Alaska.