(CNN) – State officials released about 24,000 pages of e-mail from former Gov. Sarah Palin's administration to reporters Friday morning in response to requests dating back to her 2008 entry into the national spotlight.
The release follows Freedom of Information Act requests filed by CNN and five other news agencies that date to 2008, shortly after Palin was tapped to be Sen. John McCain's running mate.
Garsh darn it all. The withheld the final 10 months.
Anyone looking for dirt is probably going to be disappointed.
The only use these heavily redacted emails will have is for English teachers (if there are any left) to use to teach their students how not to write... "See students... It's "Subject" then "Verb", then "Predicate"... Please don't do it like this.... And for goodness sakes, please don't end your sentences with a preposition..."
Excellent example of what not to do.
Nothing new here,palin's puppet masters had over a year too fix those e-mails.You won't find any dirt in them.The dumbing of America continues.
This is simply a "testing of where the Media wind will blow for the next two years". Trash, trash, and more trash fabricated & thrown by the Liberal Media. Rudy NYC.....tell us how you make a living........change your name to: Rudy Welfare Blogger
Why should people waste their time digging on this woman. She cut off herself from office responsibilities since she left the job which was the radar to the higher office. Is anyone who really know what steps to take, can hire her even as a governor again????