Frerotte, O’Neal and Howard Are Interesting But Palin Does it Better
Gus Frerotte is now leading the Vikings.
Redmond O’Neal gets caught with methamphetamines and his dad Ryan O’Neal gets jammed up in it too.
And, Josh Howard disrespects the National Anthem.
But among the many highlights in the news today, I’m particularly attracted to the story about Sarah Palin’s staff refusing to submit to subpoenas in an investigation concerning the July firing of Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan. He submits that Palin tried to pressure him into firing her ex-brother-in-law, an Alaskan State Trooper.
I’m attracted to this story because Palin was going to cooperate with the state’s legislature’s investigation until she was chosen as McCain’s running mate. I could look at that two different ways. As Governor of Alaska, she could handle the scrutiny. But as a presidential running mate, it would be too much dirt to handle. On the other hand, it’s a useless contrivance since she is now in the national public eye and soon getting ready to change the guard. So, is the investigation worth the cooperation? I submit.
I’m also attracted to this story because it involves a subpoena. Now, that’s the thing that’s very interesting. How can anyone refuse to comply with a subpoena? It’s a subpoena. It’s not a request. It’s not a suggestion. It’s a subpoena. I can’t wait to learn more about this story and see how it’s even possible. The only thing I can think of is the fact that Sarah will be the Vice President and that puts her above the power of a state subpoena. But, that’s not the case right now. Of course, an investigation may not hold the same power as the court of law. So, I may very well have answered my own question.
Uh, you know what? Maybe I’m just attracted to the story because it’s about Sarah Palin. Yep, that’s it folks. She is Librarian hot, with a capital L for sexy glasses, sexy conservative clothes and sexy highlights. Oh, I do believe this is the first time I’ve ever had the hots for anyone running for any office in any type of capacity. Good job McCain!
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