Investigator: Palin Violates Ethics Law

I believe that Sarah Palin is not only unqualified to be vice-president, but is also unfit to be Alaska's governor. Now here's proof. Palin unlawfully abused her power as reported  by an Alaska legislative panel.

This from Matt Apuzzo:
Investigator Stephen Branchflower, in a report to a bipartisan panel that looked into the matter, found Palin in violation of a state ethics law that prohibits public officials from using their office for personal gain. Palin and McCain's supporters had hoped the inquiry's finding would be delayed until after the presidential election to spare her any embarrassment and to put aside an enduring distraction as she campaigns as McCain's running mate in an uphill contest against Democrat Barack Obama.
It looks like this isn't the end of Palin's troubles. The investigation may expand into new territory.
The report was made public the same day an Anchorage judge issued a temporary restraining order forcing the state of Alaska to preserve any government-related e-mails that Palin and top aides sent from private accounts in what critics contend was an effort to conceal that they were doing political business while working at state government jobs.
I think we're going to find that this issue of Palin's unethical behavior is just the tip of the iceberg and that she may be guilty of criminal behavior. We've had criminals in the White House for eight years. Please, no more.