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    dems descend on alaska

    The Hunt for Sarah October
    City slickers invade Wasilla
    September 9, 2008
    Democrats understand Sarah Palin is a formidable political force who has upset the Obama victory plan. The latest Washington Post/ABC Poll shows John McCain taking a 12-point lead over Barack Obama among white women, a reversal of Mr. Obama's eight-point lead last month.


    It's no surprise, then, that Democrats have airdropped a mini-army of 30 lawyers, investigators and opposition researchers into Anchorage, the state capital Juneau and Mrs. Palin's hometown of Wasilla to dig into her record and background. My sources report the first wave arrived in Anchorage less than 24 hours after John McCain selected her on August 29.

    The main area of interest to the Democratic SWAT team is Mrs. Palin's dismissal in July of her public safety commissioner. Mrs. Palin says he was fired for cause. Her critics claim he was fired because he wouldn't bend to pressure to get rid of a state trooper, Mike Wooten, who had been involved in a bitter divorce battle with Mrs. Palin's sister. Mr. Wooten is certainly a colorful character. He served a five-day suspension after the Palin family filed a complaint against him alleging he had threatened Mrs. Palin's father. They also accused him of using a Taser on his 10-year-old stepson, drinking in his patrol car and illegally shooting a moose.

    Mrs. Palin will return to Alaska for the first time in nearly two weeks on Wednesday night, when she is scheduled to arrive in Fairbanks. Local Republicans will hold a "Welcome Home" rally for her. You can bet some of the Democratic opposition research contingent will be in the audience taking notes. They'll be the ones arriving in rental cars and wearing fancy dress shoes from back east.

    -- John Fund

    See all of today's editorials and op-eds, plus video commentary, on Opinion Journal.

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    she better watch her p's and q's....

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    What's all this I hear about Michelle Obama getting a six figure income 'job' in a cash strapped medical clinic in Chicago? And how did she get it?

    And what's this I hear about plagiarizer, racist, "Barack Obama is NOT ready to be President", Joe Biden's son getting some prime government contracts in Delaware?

    Hmmmm..........:eek:

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    Could at least get one of your examples right.


    [QUOTE=AlbanyJet;2740590]What's all this I hear about Michelle Obama getting a six figure income 'job' in a cash strapped medical clinic in Chicago? And how did she get it?

    And what's this I hear about plagiarizer, racist, "Barack Obama is NOT ready to be President", Joe Biden's son getting some prime government contracts in Delaware?

    Hmmmm..........:eek:[/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=AlbanyJet;2740590]What's all this I hear about Michelle Obama getting a six figure income 'job' in a cash strapped medical clinic in Chicago? And how did she get it?

    And what's this I hear about plagiarizer, racist, "Barack Obama is NOT ready to be President", Joe Biden's son getting some prime government contracts in Delaware?

    Hmmmm..........:eek:[/QUOTE]yeah i wonder what her job was...

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    [QUOTE=2foolish197;2740534]The Hunt for Sarah October
    City slickers invade Wasilla
    September 9, 2008
    Democrats understand Sarah Palin is a formidable political force who has upset the Obama victory plan. The latest Washington Post/ABC Poll shows John McCain taking a 12-point lead over Barack Obama among white women, a reversal of Mr. Obama's eight-point lead last month.


    It's no surprise, then, that Democrats have airdropped a mini-army of 30 lawyers, investigators and opposition researchers into Anchorage, the state capital Juneau and Mrs. Palin's hometown of Wasilla to dig into her record and background. My sources report the first wave arrived in Anchorage less than 24 hours after John McCain selected her on August 29.

    The main area of interest to the Democratic SWAT team is Mrs. Palin's dismissal in July of her public safety commissioner. Mrs. Palin says he was fired for cause. Her critics claim he was fired because he wouldn't bend to pressure to get rid of a state trooper, Mike Wooten, who had been involved in a bitter divorce battle with Mrs. Palin's sister. Mr. Wooten is certainly a colorful character. He served a five-day suspension after the Palin family filed a complaint against him alleging he had threatened Mrs. Palin's father. They also accused him of using a Taser on his 10-year-old stepson, drinking in his patrol car and illegally shooting a moose.

    Mrs. Palin will return to Alaska for the first time in nearly two weeks on Wednesday night, when she is scheduled to arrive in Fairbanks. Local Republicans will hold a "Welcome Home" rally for her. You can bet some of the Democratic opposition research contingent will be in the audience taking notes. They'll be the ones arriving in rental cars and wearing fancy dress shoes from back east.

    -- John Fund

    See all of today's editorials and op-eds, plus video commentary, on Opinion Journal.[/QUOTE]

    Scared sh**less! I guess Obama has learned a few things from the Clinton's. Too bad he can't get to her FBI file.

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    [QUOTE=kaol;2740610]Scared sh**less! I guess Obama has learned a few things from the Clinton's. Too bad he can't get to her FBI file.[/QUOTE]all four canidates probably wake up every morning wondering what the other side has found during the night.

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