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Latest Palin Ethics Complaint Dismissed

From a press release from the office of Governor Sarah Palin:

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, stands next to her daughter Piper as they dish out hot-dogs during the governor’s picnic in Wasilla, Alaska Friday, July 24, 2009.

Another Ethics Complaint Dismissed

July 24, 2009, Anchorage, Alaska – The Personnel Board has announced that another ethics complaint against Governor Sarah Palin has been dismissed.

The complaint, the sixth filed by Anchorage resident Andree McLeod, accused the governor of violating the Ethics Act by receiving her salary while campaigning for vice president. The accusation, lodged Monday, was dismissed as legally flawed and factually devoid of merit.

Governor Palin remained on duty, conducted state business, and communicated with her staff and her constituents. “Andree McLeod has failed to prevail on any of the ethics complaints she has filed against the governor,” said Mike Nizich, Palin’s chief of staff. “It appears her agenda is clear – she’s abusing the ethics laws to harass public officials.”

Doesn’t Alaska have any laws against ‘stalking’?

Mind you, this ‘complaint’ was dismissed by Thomas Daniel, the self-same Democrat Party operative we fingered earlier.

Even a pack hack didn’t think he could make this stick.

Nevertheless, our one party media’s efforts continue unabated.

From the paid political assassins at Reuters:

Alaska Gov. Palin to leave office with cloudy future

By Yereth Rosen – Fri Jul 24

ANCHORAGE (Reuters) – Sarah Palin, the former Republican U.S. vice presidential candidate, will step down as Alaska’s governor on Sunday with her political future clouded by ethics probes, legal bills and dwindling popularity

From CNN:

Ethics complaints follow Palin

By Kevin Bohn

July 24, 2009

(CNN) — With Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s resignation this weekend, she will leave behind many of the problems and frustrations she has had running the state.

But she will have to continue to deal with one of her biggest complaints: the series of ethics accusations lodged against her that will follow her after she leaves office…

What media bias?

(Thanks to Mike for the heads up.)

This article was posted by Steve on Saturday, July 25th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

11 Responses to “Latest Palin Ethics Complaint Dismissed”

  1. wardmama4 says:

    dwindling popularity

    Isn’t Sarah Palin about equal with The One ™ on their imaginary if the election were today ‘polls’ and ahead of Romney?

    Bias, I don’t see no stinkin’ bias.

  2. curvyred says:

    But, but, but, that top Democrat already declared her guilty………………….you mean the court has the audacity to acually follow the rule of law instead of their emotional compass?

  3. MinnesotaRush says:

    How come we never see the list of ethic complaints against the o-blah-blah dude?

    What … Emmanuel won’t allow it???

  4. marinetbryant says:

    Huckabee on Fox this A.M. said all the complaints and bad press show just how scared some are of Gov. Palin.


  5. Celina says:

    Isn’t this like the 16th dismissal so far? You’d think liberals would start to see a pattern at some point.

    I wish I was able to go to the picnic today but I am sick with the flu. I can imagine it will be a big crowd, especially considering how big it was out in Wasilla.

    Viva la Palin!

  6. wirenut says:

    Celina, 16 or 17 and counting. Andree Mcleod needs a suit right now also. A straightjacket to be more precise . Where is the msm on this outrage of false charges and tax dollars and private money spent?

  7. Melly says:

    And just imagine this barrage of attacks will continue up to the deadline for announcing her decision to run for President in 2012.

    BTW: What book do you spy Sarah embracing in this photo? She seems to be on the right track.


  8. U NO HOO says:

    If Sarah Palin sticks to real conservative libertarianism she’ll be the best “republican” candidate the “republicans” can find.

    Or any party.

    Has anyone thought that maybe Sarah Palin doesn’t need to run for president to have a good life?

    Just asking.

    • dulcimergrl says:

      I have. If I were her, I certainly wouldn’t run for prez. The crazies won’t be content until they utterly destroy her.

  9. U NO HOO says:

    The perfect Republican ran in 2008 and lost.

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