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The charges included costs for hotel and commercial flights for three daughters to join Palin to watch their father in a snowmobile race, and a trip to New York, where the governor attended a five-hour conference and stayed with 17-year-old Bristol for five days and four nights in a luxury hotel.
Originally posted by Cowgirlstraitup7
It does nothing to the McCain campaign, because by now we have all made our choice for the next POTUS. McCain supporters will brush this off as nothing. If it was Obama, his supporters would brush this off as nothing. It's only the other side that will get outraged, and since the other side isn't voting for McCain, it doesn't mean diddly squat.
Originally posted by JaxonRoberts
reply to post by TheAgentNineteen
But what about the those that are still undecided? Or those who are only slightly onboard the McCain train? Dirt on either side can still decide this race, as it is still close enough to sway one way or the other.
Originally posted by TheAgentNineteen
Again, this is another incident where something which appears "unusual" to say the least in the Lower 48, is common practice in Alaska.
Originally posted by Aggie Man
reply to post by Jim Scott
Again, this is about falsifying government documents. Not about waste of government funds. Although both are valid reasons to be upset. The one that sticks out to me was using government funds to fly her family toher husband's snowmobile race How in the world is that related to official business?