Many of Sarah Palin’s comments have raised people's eyebrows.
It was interesting to read in Associated Press Writer Jim Kuhnhenn’s Friday, Oct. 3 news article titled “Palin questions McCain’s concession of Michigan", that Sarah Palin had only learned about John McCain’s decision to abandon efforts to win Michigan when she read it in the newspapers on that Friday morning.
When she read it in the newspapers that morning?
Uh, Gov. Palin, the VP candidate, wasn’t part of the decision, consulted or notified?
Per the news report, she said after reading about the decision, she “fired off a quick email questioning the move.”
Hmmm. If Sen. McCain and the McCain presidential campaign do not value Sarah Palin’s opinion, why should the voters?
Evidently, Sarah Palin was very surprised by what she read.
Of course, she wouldn’t be the only person to experience that----
During my tenure on the New Berlin School Board, I was amazed to read in the New Berlin Citizen newspaper that then-NBPS Superintendent James Benfield had accepted a superintendent’s position in North Carolina/ signed a contract. I had not been informed or notified by Dr. Benfield. (Nor by any School Board official).
Guess what happened next? Acceptance by the School Board of his resignation was put on the next New Berlin School Board meeting agenda. However, at that Board meeting, Dr. Benfield surprised folks again by announcing he’d changed his mind and intended to continue at New Berlin Public Schools.