As Sarah Plain flirts with a potential Presidential run, the Media has decided to pursue the immediate release of Plain emails while she was Governor of Alaska.
The Media speaks of how unqualified she is to hold elected office above a bid for Dog Catcher but seems to spend more time tracking her than hunters after a prize Bear.
Palin, who has not announced a run for 2012, has been using the media’s Frenzy as a PR tactic to get her message out to the public.
Whatever you think of this conservative woman, she sure has got the media reporting her every move and has catapulted her into a position of authority.
Had the media dropped coverage of Sarah Palin, after her failed attempt at becoming the Vice-President, Americans would probably have stopped thinking of her long ago. But the media continues to make her arrive in the spotlight on a daily basis in our Televisions, Newspapers, Blogs, and Satirical shows like Colbert and Stewart.
Now the AP has put out the story of some 24,000 pages of email and other documents will be released just in time for the kick off of most potential candidates.
The state of Alaska on Friday will release thousands of Sarah Palin’s emails from her first two years as governor, a disclosure that has taken on national prominence as she flirts with a run for the presidency.
The emails were first requested during the 2008 White House race by citizens and news organizations as they vetted a vice presidential nominee whose political experience included less than one term as governor of Alaska and a term as mayor of the small town of Wasilla. The nearly three-year delay has been attributed largely to the sheer volume of the release and the flood of requests.
The state is releasing the more than 24,000 pages of emails in paper form only and asking news organizations to pick up several boxes worth of documents in Alaska’s capital city, accessible by only air or water. Reporters from several news organizations have already begun arriving in Juneau and are making various plans to disseminate the emails to the public.
Palin told Fox News Sunday that “every rock” that could have been kicked over to uncover things in her family has been. But she also said “a lot of those emails obviously weren’t meant for public consumption” and that she expected people might seek to take some of the messages “out of context.”