Hopefully, after the recent events in Tucson, more people will see you for what you are, a self serving, irresponsible, publicity seeking farce of a public servant! Your only interest is promoting Sarah, at the expense of your own family, and anyone else you see as a stepping stone to your own agenda. I seriously doubt if you have ever done anything that didn't have a pay off for you. You are an embarrassment to the female sex, mothers and real women in politics. My wish for the world is that you stay in Alaska, shut your mouth and keep your ugliness out of the lower 48, and any form of government!! Why is it that good people like Rep.Gifford, who truly try to make life better for the American people, have their lives changed forever by people like you, and you go on your way, merrily messing up the lives of those around you, free of consequences? You started out as a joke, now maybe you'll just become another sick joke! You would need someone else to do the shooting for you, since the word is you missed the moose, fade to scope, and then you hit the standing still animal, so far away he couldn't smell you, and your politics and runaway, run far away! Maybe you need to MAN UP, and take responsibility for your actions!
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