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Hey, guess what?  Even though Governor Sarah Palin has less than a week left in office, she had a 19th ethics complaint filed against her.  The usual culprit – Andree McLeod, and this makes her sixth one.

Governor Palin responded this evening via Twitter with several tweets from her Blackberry which I linked together here:

In violation of Ethics Act more allegations were filed today by serial complainer;gave to press be4 we could respond;ridiculous, wasteful… Some ask why not sue abusers of Ethics Act bc state wastes 1000’s hrs/millions of tax dollars to fight (and win!) frivolous charges, tho… it costs political critics NOTHING to file/play their wasteful game;They should debate policy in political arena,not hide w/process abuse… BUT if there was a suit to end public waste of time/funds to constantly address false allegations I could see perhaps a veteran filing it… someone who’s put their life on the line protecting even opponents’ right to speak & protest, was willing to die for freedom of press but… knows it’s shameful 4 valuable time& public resources to be diverted frm needed causes to deal w/this abuse of govt accountability system…

Hopefully these political critics filing this stuff (& some in press perpetuating it) appreciate the freedom to do so, protected by our vets.

I wonder if there will be an Alaskan vet willing to run with that suggestion.  If I were a resident of Alaska I’d be pissed about the money McLeod and others are wasting.

I responded, however, with a second donation to her legal defense fund since I hadn’t hit the max yet ($150).  If you haven’t reached the limit, or haven’t donated to The Alaska Fund Trust, you can right here.

Additional Thought: If you have given your max, you can always give to SarahPAC :).

Update: Statement from her attorney, Thomas Van Flein

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4 comments
  1. I gave my max and my husband gave his max. I know God will have His day with this woman filing all these false ethics complaints. Sarah and all of us will see this day soon. May God bless Sarah, Todd, and their precious family in the name of Jesus.

    1. No, she just needs to stop filing these things. This is the type of comment I would expect on a left-wing blog, don’t go there. Rise above that type of rhetoric.

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