Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Sarah Palin avoids Freedom of Information with ANOTHER illegal email account

WaPo: Quentin Algood, the owner of [email host] ITS Alaska, said a discreet e-mail system was created from an old campaign account, with access confined to "a group of people, her closest confidants and co-workers and advisers and the person she sleeps with."

It also raises more questions about Palin's record of commingling the official and personal. The Yahoo inbox posted on the Internet contained family photos, notes from well-wishers and official state correspondence on pending legislation. "She had a number of personal addresses," said John Bitney, a former close aide who was fired by Palin. "I don't know why so many."

ITS technician Ryan Gattis described working with Bailey this spring to set up e-mail addresses linked to the dormant campaign Web site. Gattis said there appeared to be 10 to 15 addresses, chiefly the small circle of aides known in Alaska political circles as "Palinistas" for their fierce loyalty to Palin, with Bailey taking system administrator authority.


"Palin Had Another Private E-Mail Account, Company Says" by Karl Vick, Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, October 1, 2008; Page A04

2 comments:

J. Tyler Ballance said...

Palin is as slimy as Nixon. Citizens are beginning to awaken to the facts about her sleazy record of abuse of State laws while in office.

The chief difference between Nixon and Palin is that, although shifty, Nixon was SMART. Palin is as dumb as a cow pie.

Whenever Palin is asked a question, you can anticipate her answer by going to the intersection of ignorance and arrogance.

J. Tyler Ballance said...

Palin is as slimy as Nixon. Citizens are beginning to awaken to the facts about her sleazy record of abuse of State laws while in office.

The chief difference between Nixon and Palin is that, although shifty, Nixon was SMART. Palin is as dumb as a cow pie.

Whenever Palin is asked a question, you can anticipate her answer by going to the intersection of ignorance and arrogance.