I found Palin’s response today to one of the biggest ethics scandal in her state to be pretty clear code for “Get lost old man.”
Here’s what she said…
“The verdict shines a light on the corrupting influence of the big oil service company that was allowed to control too much of our state. It was part of the culture of corruption I was elected to fight. And that fight must always move forward regardless of party or seniority or even past service.”
“As Governor of the State of Alaska, I will carefully monitor this situation and take any appropriate action as needed. In the meantime, I ask the people of Alaska to join me in respecting the workings of our judicial system.”
“I’m confident Senator Stevens will do what’s right for the people of Alaska.”
It’s that last part that has me intrigued.
Because “do what’s right for the people of Alaska” sure sounds like, “Resign or I will embarrass you before you embarrass us any more than you already have.”
What do you think? She telling Stevens to take a hike in not so many words?
Of course, she may not have a lot of leverage after TrooperGate.
We shall see…
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