reply to post by anon72
If she's squeaky clean, even better. Who wouldn't want an intelligent and honest person in power?
However, this is far from clean. In reading articles about this release of documents, "heavily redacted" seems to stick out, and "4000 pages
removed". That does not concern you?
Also the mention of Palin and the staff using private (I recall Yahoo being one of the main domains used) emails for more serious political
conversations on a regular basis, because the admitted goal was to keep emails off of government computers where they could be subpoena'd, is not
concerning at all for you?
It seems to me that any criminal wanting to protect oneself would try to keep incriminating evidence out of public eye. I'll tell you one thing this
has taught me about Sarah Palin - as bad as she is as a leader and a politician, perhaps she's not as moronic as I thought she was - she had the
brains to keep evidence hidden from public.