It sure hasn't happened routinely, one party making frivilous claims on a governor with the sole intent of costing her money and stopping her from doing her job. Why would the left care if she left, seems their intent was to have the same effect?
I'll tell you what.....since you want to make this about me. Rather than Derail the thread. Anytime you feel you want to go personal. Then just Take your azz down into the basement. Where I will deal with you there. Appropriately!
Just to make things somewhat Fair and Equal for your lacking self. You Best grab like at least 10 more libs to come down and help you out. To even things up a bit. This will be so you can at least play the game.
It's official, Sarah Pac is a money-grubbing scheme run by con artists.
Gawd, how I hope that the people who wouldn't understand irony unless an iron fell on their head nominate her for something big.Palin railed against “the big consultants, the big money men, and the big bad media.” But there’s an irony alert ahead: the current stated purpose of SarahPAC is to raise money ahead of the 2014 election—most of which will be spent on conservative consultants.
Seen through the lens of the invaluable Center for Responsive Politics, Palin’s PAC spent $5.1 million in the last election cycle (more than it raised in that time period, raising some questions about Palin’s claims of fiscal responsibility).
But the real news comes when you look at how donors’ money was actually doled out: just $298,500 to candidates. The bulk of the rest of it, more than $4.8 million, went to—you guessed it—consultants.
That’s some seriously hypocritical overhead.