Let the record show that Walt Monegan was the first one to describe Palin's behavior (toward her former brother-in-law) as "an obsession." Monegan, in case you'd forgotten, was the public safety commissioner ousted for not firing the former brother-in-law, the "trooper" in Troopergate.
Isn't it interesting that the governor, obsessed initially with ousting a man from his job in Alaska, is now obsessed with ousting Obama from the victory he seems poised to achieve? Obsessed. There seems little doubt that both Palin and mcCain have become obsessed with Obama. Obsessed with carrying on a Vendetta against him. Obsessed with seizing the presidency by any means possible, to the extent of destroying their own party and all hope for unity within the nation. Obsessed enough to engage in hate speech and inciting of supporters at rallies against a candidate for high office.
"You'd call that an obsession," Monegan stated, when describing the countless phone calls and surrogates who tried to influence his work as commissioner and ultimately ensured his own fall from government. A good man, by all descriptions, who refused to bow to the governor's will. And a governor whose mixing of politics and a personal feud were so unseemly that her own party in the State legislature voted for an independent investigation of this matter.
And this is the woman mcShame asserts is the "best person" for his running mate, the "best person" in his judgment to take over should he be elected and be unable to carry out presidential duties.
A woman "obsessed" enough to carry out a Vendetta against a former brother-in-law - and to do so using her powers as governor. This is the woman chosen by the republican nominee for vice-president? Trophy Vice. And her equally obsessed Partner and Soulmate in Lying, Hypocrisy, and Vendettas.
"You'd call that an obsession," said Walt Monegan about his governor's behavior.
I'd call it a disgrace!