If Senator McCain thinks he is going to be President for very long he is mistaken. Sarah Palin is after his job before he even has it. Take for instance the conversation between Palin and her campaign manager, Laura Chase:
Laura Chase, the campaign manager during Ms. Palin's first run for mayor in 1996, recalled the night the two women chatted about her ambitions.
"I said, "-You know, Sarah, within 10 years you could be governor,' "- Ms. Chase recalled. "She replied, "-I want to be president.' "-
Her lust for power knows no bounds. Anyone that stands in her way will be disposed of. Perhaps this is the reason that McCain hides behind her, letting her take center stage. He already fears her. If this is the Repugnican's way of getting a woman in the Presidential office they sure chose the right one for the job. But, if they think they will be able to control her they are dead wrong," -politically dead, that is.
Sarah Palin has already shown that she will get rid of anyone who opposes her. She has been shown to be a liar and a blood thirsty killer, hunting down endangered bears and shooting wolves from an airplane. How evil is that? These incidents show that she will do what she wants to do and any evidence showing her acts to be criminal or immoral are covered up or outright denied. Consider the report from Rick Steiner, a University of Alaska professor:
Rick Steiner, a University of Alaska professor, sought the e-mail messages of state scientists who had examined the effect of global warming on polar bears. (Ms. Palin said the scientists had found no ill effects, and she has sued the federal government to block the listing of the bears as endangered.) An administration official told Mr. Steiner that it would cost $468,784 to process his request.
When Mr. Steiner finally obtained the e-mail messages "" through a federal records request "" he discovered that state scientists had in fact agreed that the bears were in danger, records show.
"Their secrecy is off the charts,"- Mr. Steiner said.
Her hunting style is clear evidence of her blood thirsty nature. I can only imagine how long it would take her to get this country involved in another war, perhaps, for no other reason than, someone insulted her. It is no wonder she has been likened to a pit-bull.
A curious incident involving another termination by Ms. Palin makes one wonder if she has ulterior motives involving matters of the heart: That's if she has a heart. Read the following and try to make sense of it:
Last summer State Representative John Harris, the Republican speaker of the House, picked up his phone and heard Mr. Palin's voice. The governor's husband sounded edgy. He said he was unhappy that Mr. Harris had hired John Bitney as his chief of staff, the speaker recalled. Mr. Bitney was a high school classmate of the Palins and had worked for Ms. Palin. But she fired Mr. Bitney after learning that he had fallen in love with another longtime friend. A n examination of her swift rise and record as mayor of Wasilla and then governor finds that her visceral style and penchant for attacking critics "" she sometimes calls local opponents "haters"---contrasts with her carefully crafted public image."-