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An Open Letter to Ms. Hughes

Nos Nevets Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:46 AM
I quit Palin when she prematurely quit the day job she was elected to do.
KarenL Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 2:20 PM
When you're no longer able to do the job you were elected to do, the right thing to do is step aside. That's what Sarah Palin did. Instead of Palin & her staff spending their time defending frivolous lawsuits & dealing with an avalanche of paperwork due to numerous FOIA requests, she resigned so the state could move forward.

Due to the state's ethics laws at the time, Palin was responsible for her own legal fees. By the time she resigned, her legal bills exceeded several years' income. Then again, that was one of the goals of the individuals filing the lawsuits....bankrupt her family.
Jackimp Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 2:20 PM
Sarah Palin served 32 out of 48 months; the same percentage that Obama served of his Senate term (not including the two-year break he spent campaigning) and and accomplished almost everything she set out to do in that time. Sarah Palin resigned because she recognized the cost that the frivolous ethics complaints were having on her state , and she saw how much of her staff’s time and her own time were forced to deal with those issues. Those frivolous lawsuits had already cost the state of AK close to $2 million; Sarah Palin had over $500,000 dollars in legal fees. She resigned so the state could move forward.
Andy544 Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:57 AM
Tell the truth..... you quite Palin because she makes the Progressive demons in your soul howl and shriek..... be honest....

Dear Ms. Hughes,

On March 25, 2013, you wrote an opinion piece in Townhall entitled: “An Open Letter to Sarah Palin,” indicating your disappointment with Governor Palin for “quickly [leaving] the building without even a second glance,” at the conclusion of her remarks at CPAC.

We are sorry you feel disappointed. Unlike 2012, where Governor Palin was the last speaker and could go into the audience after her speech, this year there were subsequent speakers waiting to address the crowd. This required a timely exit by Governor Palin so as not to disturb the schedule of...