Why is it that vice presidential candidate and liar extraordinaire Sarah Palin has claimed executive privilege on over 1000 e-mails she wrote while governor of Alaska. Such a privilege is only allowed under Alaska law if the e-mails themselves discuss policy.
The list of e-mails is here:
While a law-breaking republican claiming executive privilege is nothing new (I'm looking at you Dick Cheney), what is new is that a civilian, Palin's husband and first dude, Todd was ccd on dozens of these e-mails. You know Todd, Union worker, fisherman, hunter...NOT IN ANY POLITICAL OFFICE AND A MERE CIVILIAN Todd.
How can she claim executive privilege when she was sending mails outside her administration and to her husband. And what sort of policy was being discussed in e-mails whose titles are the titles of her political opponents.
Sara Palin is obviously hiding something.
But, as Sara herself put it (over and over and over again),
"I said thanks, but no thanks, to that bridge to nowhere...."
The only thing Sara Palin has said "No thanks" to....is integrity.