"The McCain campaign late Monday released e-mails supporting Palin's contention"
WTF?! The McCain campaign can RELEASE e-mails but is BLOCKING the INVESTIGATION?!!
Of course, the MSM never tells you that the panel had 3 Republicans and only 2 Democrats.
Sells the narrative and makes the story go away as another political squabble; otherwise, the MSM would have to do some actual work!!!
"5 legislators sue to end inquiry into Palin firing safety commissioner
JUNEAU, Alaska - Five Republican legislators sued yesterday to end the bipartisan investigation into Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's firing of the state's public safety commissioner.
A bipartisan oversight committee had unanimously approved an inquiry into whether Palin, now the Republican vice presidential nominee, dismissed Walt Monegan because he wouldn't fire her former brother-in-law, a state trooper.
But in their lawsuit, three state representatives and two state senators called the investigation "unlawful, biased, partial, and partisan." The suit seeks to either delay the investigation until after the Nov. 4 election or remove the Democratic senator overseeing the investigation and the one who heads the Legislative Council that authorized it.
Yeah, that's what it is all about: DELAYING the INVESTIGATION!
Isn't there some sort of ILLEGALITY here in terms of McCain's INTERFERENCE in this matter?
Though Palin said in July that she welcomed the probe and wanted to be held accountable, she and John McCain's presidential campaign have sought to distance her from the controversy and have taken actions that could slow its resolution until after the November election.
The McCain campaign late Monday released e-mails supporting Palin's contention that she dismissed the commissioner over budget disagreements.
COME ON, MSM, do a fucking CURSORY LOOK at this, will you?
WTF, readers? The AmeriKan MSM NEVER STOPS LYING and OBFUSCATING in their AGENDA PUSH, do they?
Calling the investigation "tainted," the campaign also said that Palin is unlikely to speak with an investigator hired to look into the matter and report on Oct. 10.
Palin's lawyer said in papers filed Monday with the state Personnel Board that Monegan lost his job in July because he resisted her budget policies and showed "outright insubordination."
But in interviews Monday with MSNBC and ABC News.com, Monegan said that while he was never directly ordered to dismiss the trooper, Mike Wooten, he felt pressured by Palin, her husband, Todd, and several high-level staffers to do so (AP)."