Those following the Sarah Palin story will definitely want to make for the review in the Seattle Times today of what has emerged from three boxes of court records in a Seattle federal warehouse, the recorded remains of a wrongful-termination lawsuit stemming from actions and developments from Palin’s first year as mayor of Wasilla, Alaska.
From the Times report: “She became embroiled in personnel challenges, a thwarted attempt to pack the City Council and a standoff with her local newspaper. Her first months were so contentious and polarizing that critics started talking recall. Her first months also exposed threads that would later become patterns — friends become enemies, enemies become friends and questions get raised about why she fired this person or that person.”
The picture, a near-blank 10 days ago, continues to fill in.Share on Facebook