I don't think so. and I'm glad this judge agrees.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- An Alaska judge on Thursday refused to block a state investigation into whether Gov. Sarah Palin abused her power when she fired her public safety commissioner this summer.
Judge Peter Michalski threw out the lawsuit filed by five Republican state legislators who said the investigation had been tainted by partisan politics and was being manipulated to damage Palin shortly before the Nov. 4 presidential election.
"It is legitimately within the scope of the legislature's investigatory power to inquire into the circumstances surrounding the termination (of) a public officer the legislature had previously confirmed," the judge wrote in his decision.
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I've heard about it and read a lot of information on the story behind it and I think she did the right thing by firing the guy and I doubt anyone else would have done any differently. It's time for you all to stop looking for skeletons in her closet, bitch about how she wore her hair or something but your not changing my mind about her based on this story... come on.
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