--- by Shannyn Moore
Political partisanship has nothing to do with the current outrage of many Alaskans. McCain-Palin Storm Troopers have dropped into Alaska and taken over the department of law. Alaska has become a battlefield in the war for the White House. Senators Hollis French, Bill Wielechowki, Kim Elton, Investigator Steve Branchflower and Walt Monegan are the public targets.
The Alaskan Constitution, the Rule of Law, and the Citizens of Alaska are the collateral damage. It isn’t too dramatic to say we are having a Constitutional Crisis when our Attorney General, Talis Colberg, is instructing Alaskans to break the law by ignoring subpoenas.
Years of FBI investigations, indictments, trials and subsequent federal penitentiary sentences for Alaska Lawmakers have taken their toll; the Alaska political landscape was already fragile prior to the nomination of Sarah Palin for Vice-President. The thugs from the McPalin Mob suffer from “Reality Deficit Disorder.” Their lies are hurting Alaskans.
When the Governor’s Spokes Model is calling journalists at home and bitching out their wives, and Special Agent Ed is practicing law in a State he isn’t licensed to, it is time for Alaskans to take back the state.
Truth isn’t always easy, remember Morpheus in “The Matrix”; “You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and you believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in wonderland. And, I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes."
Abraham Lincoln said, “Truth is generally the best vindication against slander."
Sadly, it seems fitting to quote George Orwell too. He said, “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act."Feel free to share the Truth. Wash down the facts with a Red Bull. Be the Revolution.
Top Ten Reasons the Investigation into Sarah Palin is Fair:
1. It began with a 12-0 vote of eight Republicans and four Democrats.
2. The President of the Senate, a Republican, voted in favor of the investigation.
3. The Speaker of the House, a Republican, voted in favor of the investigation.
4. The investigation began in July, well before Governor Palin was placed on the national ticket.
5. Governor Palin pledged over and over to cooperate with the investigation. Here’s a quote from a KTUU story July 18, 2008. “We would never prohibit, or be less than enthusiastic about any kind of investigation. Let’s deal in the facts, and you do that via investigation.”
And another from Sharon Leighow, Governor Palin’s press secretary in an Anchorage Daily News story from July 29, 2008. “The governor has said all along that she will fully cooperate with an investigation and her staff will cooperate as well.”
6. The Project Director, Hollis French, was not a member of the committee that started the investigation.
7. The Republican senator that supplied the crucial vote in favor of subpoenas has a John McCain for President sign in his yard, and he represents the area around Governor Palin’s home town
8. At the meeting when subpoenas were issued, every member present from the House Judiciary Committee voted to support the Senate’s subpoenas, including the Chairman, a conservative Republican, and the vice-chair, a conservative Republican.
9. The investigator, Steve Branchflower, who is actually gathering the facts and writing the report, has no ties to either party.
10. Because filing a complaint against yourself, and then moving to have that complaint dismissed, is not a good way to get to the truth. (”Palin Calling for an End to Investigation She Requested”)
11. Palin flip flopped on Trooper Wooten. Here’s her glowing recommendation! (click here for link to PDF - thanks, gryphen!)