More than 17,000 records were released Thursday that detail Sarah Palin's inability to govern under scrutiny after losing the GOP nomination with John McCain in 2008. She wrote "I can't take it anymore" before resigning her post as Governor of Alaska amid many ethics investigations.
The records have been released 3 1/2 years AFTER the initial request. Why did it take so long?
In the emails, Sarah is crying about having to pay for her own legal defense that totaled more than $500,000. She also claims in the emails that she is a target of "many frivolous suits and charges since the DAY I became VP candidate. I can't afford this job." Poor Sarah.
The records show that she was absent from work 94 days in 2008. Who was running the state of Alaska? Her work ethic rivals that of George W. Bush. She would probably take that as a compliment because her intelligence also rivals his.
She wrote "Unflippinbelievable... I'm sending this because you can relate to the bullcrap continuation of the hell these people put the family through" to two of her aides. Is that proper behavior for a Governor? A Vice President of America?
It is clear after reading about these emails that she never had any intention of running for President on the GOP ticket. She is simply milking as much money out of her followers as she can. If her fans knew this, would they still show up to hear her speak, buy her books, listen to her blubbering on Fox News?
One thing to be grateful for, Sarah Palin has no intentions of getting near the White House. That will save tax payers many millions of dollars in investigations that would have occurred if someone as unethical as her held such a prestigious position in government.
She truly will stop at nothing, even going so far as to divorce her husband to avoid being found guilty of any impropriety. In her email entitled "Marital Problems," she wrote ""So speaking of... If we, er, when we get a divorce, does that quell 'conflict of interest' accusations about BP?"
It is scary to think what she may have done as VP of the United States. But she sure is pretty, ain't she?