Sarah Palin wants to block Subpoena in Trooper Case.

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    Bloomberg.com: U.S.

    My opinion on this is, if you have nothing to hide then no reason to block anything.

    Sorry if this was posted elsewhere or earlier.
     
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    So she wants to go into the election abusing her power to cover up allegations that she abused her power.

    :cuckoo:
     
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    Damn is not just the perfect republican candidate?
     
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    In a short time, she's in the running to try and top Dubya.

    And that's saying alot.

    Funny but at the same time, very sad and scary.

    Better start :eusa_pray: now. :lol:
     
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    I see in Liberal Land it's illegal for conservatives to have equal access to the courts.

    However, unlike the rubes posing as free-thinkers I didn't just take RS's interpretation at (two-)face value.

    It isn't Palin, its the AG...the one that stepped-in after Palin's own appointed AG RECUSED himself.

    It seems he feels that OBama's supporters won't give the Gov. a fair hearing and the subpoenas are unduly invasive.

    Besides, why/how would a gov break law to fire someone who works at his/her pleasure?
     
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    What is she afraid of? I've no idea.
     
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    Good for her. This shows her inner strength.

    If you can't stand up to Alaskan lawmakers, how can you stand up to the likes of liberals and terrorists?
     
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    You obviously didn't read the article.

    Gov Palin isn't the one who filed the motion.
     
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    WTF is manfluffer--er--manifold talking about?

    He just neg rep'ed me with, "how many puppets do you need? Seriously."
     
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    tff
     

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