I read this week's National Inquirer. The newspaper of record for the cognoscenti. The Inquirer sent seven crack gossip journalists to Alaska for two weeks to find dirt on the Palin family. These are the best investigative journalist in the business. These are the people who found the John Edwards story 8 months before the rest of the press, and had plenty of photos.
What did they find on Palin in Alaska?
Nothing, nada. I could find out more about the mayor of Ft. Collins Colorado in three phone calls than the team of journalists sent by the National Inquirer for two weeks. They found what I would find in Ft. Collins, small town gossip with no one willing to talk for attribution. Rumors and gossip, mostly ten years old and denied by the people involved who's names can't be used for fear of libel law.
Now we know, Sarah Barracuda Palin is clean. She is everything the American people are hoping for. A real person, a real fellow American with intelligence, skill, honesty and good morals.