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    Lauren S

    The Wassilla Project website has provided a very interesting and honest insight into Palin’s violation of federal information using her personal email account.  Any sane individual who has worked in state or federal level is briefed on ethical procedures and behavior at the beginning of their career, and once every year after.  Surely Palin knew her actions were unethical, so why did she proceed to communicate concerning state business using her personal account?  For those of you who feel no one is above the law visit the Wassilla Project site.  There you will see a video and hear from residents of Palin’s hometown speaking up as all Americans do when things don’t seem right.   One of them is Anne Kilkenny.  If you recall, months ago a personal but honest and through provoking email by Anne Kilkenny, a local resident of Wassilla, was disseminated on the internet by the recipient.  At first read anyone could tell Anne’s insight was no exaggeration.  Anyone who has a knack for false and truth knew she was the real thing; a valid connection as to what makes Sarah tick.  We must keep this story alive to prevent other politicians from thinking they are excluded from the rules and regulations all employees must follow.  Please visit the Wassilla Project website at:

    Sarah Palin: The email scandal

    One thing for certain, there are a lot of smart and honorable people up in Alaska who deserved a qualified Governor.  Hopefully next time they’ll vote for someone who has their best interest at heart instead of attempting to blind their eyes and minds with oil tax rebates.

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