It solidifies the base and combines that with a reform image. More here.
The Democrats are baffled.
What is it about Democrats and impeachment?
The lifelong Alaskan has weathered two political storms this year, but she has remained popular.
An Alaskan legislative panel is investigating charges that Palin fired her former public safety commissioner for refusing to can her ex brother-in-law, who is a state trooper. And, in August, a former state worker filed an ethics complaint against Palin claiming a supporter was given preferential hiring treatment.
Patti Higgins, chairwoman of the Alaskan State Democratic Party, called Palin an “extreme social right-winger” and questioned McCain’s judgment.
“Why would the Republicans choose someone who is under a cloud of suspicion, under investigation by the Legislature where the worst-case scenario is she would face impeachment?” Higgins asked.
The Herald opines here.
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