Although John McCain is to be commended for bringing the Republican party up to the point the Democratic party was 24 years ago by choosing a female running mate, his specific choice, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, shows stunningly poor judgement.
You'd think that if John McCain picked a running mate who has served as a governor for less than twenty months, the least you could expect is that she would be scandal-free.
But the Republican-controlled Alaska legislature has hired a private investigator to look into evidence that Palin fired Alaska's public safety commissioner because he refused to fire her sister's ex-husband, who is a state trooper.
If the investigator concludes she did, this misuse of her office to settle a petty family squabble could be used as grounds for impeachment. No wonder Palin wants out of Juneau.
How could John McCain screw up something this big, this badly? And what does that say about his judgement?
I strongly doubt that she had any inappropriate motive. It doesn't make sense in context with the rest of her political career (that I know of).
Either way, who would distract himself with Palin's relatively minor moral flaws which pale in comparison to McCain's?
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