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It looks like Sarah Palin is under Troopergate investigation because of a sociopath

John McCain, candidate for United States president, surprised everyone by naming Sarah Palin, governor of Alaska, as his running mate. Regardless of what you think about her political views, Palin had a reputation as a squeaky clean reformer—at least until “Troopergate” broke in July.

According to the Anchorage Daily News, Alaska legislators voted on July 28, 2008, to hire an independent investigator to explore whether Governor Palin, her family, or members of her administration pressured the former Public Safety Commissioner, Walt Monegan, to fire a state trooper.

The trooper in question, Michael G. Wooten, is the ex-husband of Molly McCann. McCann and Wooten are locked in a bitter child custody battle. McCann is Governor Sarah Palin’s sister.

Palin at first vigorously denied that she dismissed the public safety commissioner because she wanted Mike Wooten fired and the public safety commissioner didn’t do it. “To allege that I, or any member of my family, requested, received or released confidential personnel information on an Alaska State Trooper, or directed disciplinary action be taken against any employee of the Department of Public Safety, is, quite simply, outrageous,” Palin said in a statement that was quoted by the Anchorage Daily News.

But the dismissed commissioner said that Todd Palin, Sarah Palin’s husband, showed him the findings of a private investigator the family had hired, which accused Wooten of “a variety of misdeeds including drunk driving and child abuse,” according to the New York Times.

It soon came out that members of Palin’s staff had made more than two dozen inquiries to the public safety department about Wooten, although Palin claims she played no role in them. Then an audiotaped conversation between Frank Bailey, the state director of boards and commissions, and Lt. Rodney Dial, of the public safety department, was released by Palin.

In the conversation, which took place in February, Bailey said in part, “Todd and Sarah are scratching their heads, ”˜Why on earth hasn’t this, why is this guy still representing the department?’ He’s a horrible recruiting tool, you know.”

Sarah Palin on Michael Wooten

Here’s the backstory to Troopergate:

Molly McCann filed for divorce from Michael Wooten on April 11, 2005. On the same day, McCann filed for a domestic violence restraining order, and her father, Chuck Heath, called the Alaska State Troopers to complain about Wooten. The complaint initiated an administrative investigation into Wooten’s behavior. If the claims were substantiated, Wooten would be in violation of trooper conduct standards.

With the brouhaha about Palin’s recent firing of Commissioner Walt Monegan, Wooten has actually permitted the release of his personnel records. The Anchorage Daily News posted 14 documents, totaling 482 pages, including e-mails and transcripts of police investigation interviews.

Among the documents is an e-mail written by Sarah Palin. Back in 2005, the Alaska State Police started investigating Wooten, but his wife’s family was frustrated about the slow progress of the inquiry. On August 10, 2005, Palin, who at the time held no public office, sent the following e-mail to Col. Julia Grimes, who was then director of the Alaska State Troopers:

Dear Colonel Grimes,

It is my understanding that you are aware of problems within the Alaska State Trooper family that stem from one of your officers, Michael Wooten. My concern is that the public’s faith in the Troopers will continue to diminish as more residents express concerns regarding the apparent lack of action towards a Trooper whom is described by many as being “a ticking timebomb,” and a “loose cannon.”

Mike Wooten has continued to boast about incidences regarding his unethical and illegal actions that reflect so poorly on the Troopers, and appears to relish in the fact that he can “do anything because I’m a Trooper,” as he’s proclaimed to people who question his actions.

Let me share again with you just a few of the many episodes in Wooten’s recent past that have been discussed with Wooten’s supervisors after the episodes were publicly discussed by Wooten with many in our community who are left scratching their heads regarding Wooten’s poor reflection of the Trooper mission to prevent loss of life and property as a result of illegal or unsafe acts. (These are just a few, as I have received many calls and comments over the past four years about Wooten’s questionable actions and his relationship with my family. Wooten is my brother-in-law, but this information is forwarded to you objectively, and I trust it is received and considered by you objectively.)

March 26, 2005. Officer Wooten was off-duty, drinking at the Mugshot Saloon in Wasilla when he pulled out his Trooper badge and demanded the bartender (Mr. Chris Brightbill) remove a patron whom Wooten disliked. The bartender knew Wooten was off-base with his demands and subsequently testified that Wooten was out of control, was abusing his position and authority and should not be in the position of a licensed Trooper, as he believes Wooten is a “loose cannon.” (Private Investigator Leonard Hackett, interview and statement of Brightbill on 6/27/05.) Wooten eventually left the bar, was pulled over after a REDDI was called into Trooper dispatch after the caller observed Wooten driving drunk, and Wooten was pulled over. (Ironically, Wooten has been a member of your DUI Task Force and is featured in your television DUI Task Force PSAs.) The trooper who pulled Wooten over is Officer Dave Harrell. He has served as a subordinate to Wooten. He did not cite Wooten for drunk driving, but merely gave Wooten a ride to a friend’s house after responding to the REDDI. Wooten then called his wife (Molly McCann), explained that he was over the legal limit, and his wife picked him up at the friend’s house and warned Wooten that his drinking and driving would “catch up with him” as he continued to disregard warnings about his drinking and driving practice in our small town. Wooten told others about this incident as a braggart way of reminding others the he is “untouchable” as a Trooper.

Around this time, Wooten rode with his girlfriend, Mrs. Angie Johnson, home from another local bar after another night of drinking. Mrs. Johnson was pulled over by a Trooper for suspected drunk driving. Acording to Wooten’s account of the evening, he leaned over from the passenger window and demanded the responding Trooper to turn off his recorder and not cite Mrs. Johnson. She was not cited for the DUI. Wooten subsequently bragged about this incidence to others, including Steven Menard, again casting doubt in the public about the sincerity of the Trooper’s mission.

Wooten drinks excessively and has showed extremely poor judgment and disregard for others’ safety with this practice of drinking and driving, including on Jan. 19, 2005 drove home drunk; Jan. 23, 2005 drove home drunk after Super Bowl party in Anchorage; Feb. 6, 2005 in Anchorage leaving the Sullivan Arena’s WWE Pro Wrestling event, drove very drunk as he drank Crown Royal straight from bottle, brought the Crown Royal into the Sullivan in PowerAde bottle and petrified his stepson who was with Wooten in the vehicle; Feb. 12, 2005 in Wasilla; Feb. 13, 2005 drove drunk in Big Lake (leaving Call of the Wild Bar, next day so hung over he had to call in sick to Trooper Headquarters); March 13, 2005 drank at least three beers in car while driving family home from Glennallen snowmachine trip, driving over the speed limit and scaring his wife and kids who begged him to stop drinking on the drive home. Wooten’s consumption of alcohol while driving with small children in his vehicle (as witnessed by his wife and stepson, Molly and Payton McCann) is deplorable. He’s even left a friend’s home in his Trooper car, waving with beer in hand, again drinking and driving in an arrogant public statement declaring he is above the law (as witnessed by Adrian and Marilyn Lane).

Editor’s note: At this point some of the e-mail is cut off. The next paragraph appears to refer to an incident in which Wooten illegally shot a moose.

meat, so dropped the animal off at his father-in-law’s house (Chuck Heath) and never returned to even pick up the meat after Mr. Heath processed it for him so it wouldn’t go to waste. Mr. Heath delivered the meat to Wooten’s house after Wooten showed no intention of retrieving the meat. This hunt was witnessed by Wooten’s wife and Wasilla Police Officer Chris Watchus. Wooten continues to brag about the strings he says he pulled to get this transfer, where he says he’s bored, but “the free hunting trips and Cabella credit card make it worth it.” He’s recently stated he’s determined to get on with the Anchorage Police Dept., due to his boredom at Fish and Game, although APD officers whom Wooten has shared this with have let others know that he wouldn’t make a good APD officer.

Another example that Wooten likes to share with others regarding his unethical and illegal hunting techniques involves a wolf hunt where he illegally chased down the animal with his snowmachine to kill it unfairly. This was witnessed by Chuck Heath and his hunting partners.

Wooten’s total disregard for the safety of others was blatantly apparent when he shot his 11-year-old stepson, Payton, with his Taser gun. My 14-year-old daughter (Bristol Palin), was terrified as she witnessed this incidence, and pleaded with Wooten not to follow through on his intended action of “letting Payton feel what a Taser can do.” Wooten “offered” to shoot Bristol with the Taser after Payton was knocked over by the shock and Bristol continued to protest Wooten’s action, and he followed up by offering to spray them both with pepper spray so they could “feel that, too.” Wooten’s wife aggressively protested during the Taser gun incident, she cried, he calls her and Payton “f****** pussys” for protesting.

Wooten’s physical abuse of his wife is documented in their pending divorce case. He pushed her down on more than one occasion, including when she was holding their one-year-old son. Molly has been very reluctant to bring the physical abuse to light because Wooten’s temper causes her to believe he’ll be even more physically violent towards her, and others in her family whom he has threatened to “bring down,” with the revelations. Wooten’s gun, car and badge were evidently taken from him while a DVRO was in effect this spring, that turned into a No Contact rule between the parties and Wooten brazenly shows off his Trooper equipment now that he has it all back in his possession.

February 17, 2005. Wooten’s marital infidelity surfaced publicly after his Trooper-sponsored trip to Idaho “for official business” on Jan. 28, 2005 included his married girlfriend’s accompaniment. When confronted with this affair that others in the community were talking about, Wooten threatened to kill his wife’s father, Chuck Heath, if Mr. Heath followed through with his offer to help Molly by getting an attorney to help her if they were to divorce. Wooten’s words were, “I will kill him. He’ll eat a f****** lead bullet, I’ll shoot him” if our father got the attorney to help Molly. I heard this death threat, my 16-year-old son heard it (Track Palin), Molly heard it, as did their small children. Wooten spoke this with his Trooper gun on his hip in an extremely intimidating fashion, leaving no doubt he is serious about taking someone’s life who disagrees with him.

Other recent examples of Wooten’s abuse of authority include Spring, 2005. Wooten refused to pay a fine at the Mat-Su Borough Landfill when told his uncovered load would cost him a $5 fine. (Private Investigator Leonard Hackett interview and statement 6/28/05.) Wooten introduced himself as a Trooper, was agitated and trying to be intimidating (indicated by Landfill Manager Mr. Greg Goodale, and Goodale’s subordinate who had to deal with Wooten that day). Wooten eventually paid the small fine after trying to get out of it because of his Trooper status, and after the Landfill Manager had to be called in to settle the dispute caused by Wooten. This type of incident has resulted in citizens calling me, assuming there is something I can do about an abusive and intimidating Trooper who is giving the State of Alaska such a black eye.

Wooten has threatened to “bring down” anyone whom he dislikes, or anyone who would support his current wife (his third) during their divorce. When asked by Molly how he would accomplish this, Wooten states he can trump up charges against anyone and “I’ll be believed by any attorney or judge in this state because I’m a Trooper.” Specifically, on April 4, 2005, Wooten was counseled by my husband (Todd Palin) to join Molly in acting civilly and with maturity during their divorce – for the sake of the nine kids they and Wooten’s girlfriend have between them all – and who are adversely affected by these circumstances. Wooten evidently took umbrage with the advice and that day told Molly she’d better “put a leash on your sister” or he’d “bring Sarah Palin down.”

Wooten has threatened Molly that she’d better not talk about any of this, as he claims he has “bugged her phone” and, using his State investigation equipment, knows everything she’s doing and saying. Molly is justifiably extremely intimidated and scared for her and her kids’ safety.

April 11, 2005. Wooten did not show up for work, where he was to be served a DVRO. Sgt. Burke Waldron talked to Wooten’s wife and encouraged her to get the DVRO, though Molly was scared to death that Wooten could, and would, destroy her if she did. Molly was told that Judicial Services would handle the DV “in order to keep things a little more confidential.” Molly expressed concern that even those in Judicial Serves may know Wooten (as Wooten continually reminded Molly that he had the court system and personnel on his side because he was a Trooper), and Molly was told that since they do know Wooten, Molly needed to “stay safe and be protected.”

Julia, as lifelong Alaskans, my family and I and concerned community members who have witnessed your employee’s actions still want to have faith in the Alaska State Troopers. But with recent public disclosure of abuses in the Trooper organization, and our own knowledge of Wooten’s blatant disregard for the laws he is hired to enforce, our faith is waning. I feel strongly that Wooten is a loose cannon. He’s a ticking timebomb, as others describe him, and I am afraid his actions do not merely reflect poorly on the State, but his actions may cause someone terrible harm.

It is my understanding that months ago you were made aware of Wooten’s problems. Wooten’s supervisors, the Alaska State Police Standards Council, and others in positions of authority are aware of these circumstances. So the question begs: Is it acceptable for an Alaska State Trooper to use his badge and power in these aforementioned ways? Granted, Trooper Investigator Ron Wahl was sent to ask questions regarding some of these incidences, but his selective questioning and his personal responses to answers given (and his assurance that it’s Wooten’s Union that prohibits certain lines of questioning) makes one wonder about the seriousness taken here. Wooten does not tell the truth. He intimidates people and abuses his position. I don’t know what more can be said, except that considering just a few examples from those I’ve shared with you (namely, the death threat against my father who is merely trying to help his daughter escape a horribly abusive relationship, the illegal hunting, and the drunk driving!) all would lead a rational person to believe there is a problem inside the organization.

Sarah Palin

P.S. Again, Wooten happens to be my brother-in-aw, and after his infidelity and physical abuse of his wife (my sister) surfaced, Mike chose to leave his family and has continued to threaten to “bring down” anyone who supports her. I would ask that you objectively consider this information, disregarding my sister’s pending divorce from Wooten, as I have objectively separated the divorce and Wooten’s threats against me and my family with the fact that the Troopers have a loose cannon on their hands.

Can anyone say sociopath?

In my opinion, Sarah Palin’s description of Michael Wooten is the description of a sociopath. To see if there was any more evidence supporting my opinion, I looked up Alaska court records about him. Here’s what I found:

  • Jan. 5, 2001—Wooten was found guilty of careless driving.
  • June 6, 2006—The Alaska USA Federal Credit Union took him to small claims court and won a default judgment against for more than $2,500.
  • August 27, 2007—The marriage of Angela D. Johnson and Michael G. R. Wooten was dissolved. Yes, he married and divorced again since the divorce from Molly McCann.
  • April 28, 2008—Alaska USA Federal Credit Union won another judgment against him for $18,942.72.

So in addition to lying, intimidation, physical violence, abuse of power, drunk driving and threats of retaliation, Wooten has financial judgments against him and another marriage and divorce. My guess is that he would score high on the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised.

State Police investigation

In its story entitled Is Wooten a good trooper?, published on July 27, 2008, the Anchorage Daily News summarized the complaints lodged against him in 2005 that implied conduct unbecoming of a state trooper:

Troopers eventually investigated 13 issues and found four in which Wooten violated policy or broke the law or both:

• Wooten used a Taser on his stepson.

• He illegally shot a moose.

• He drank beer in his patrol car on one occasion.

• He told others his father-in-law would “eat a f’ing lead bullet” if he helped his daughter get an attorney for the divorce.

After the investigation, Wooten was suspended for 10 days. Col. Julia Grimes wrote Wooten a letter to inform him of the suspension. In it, she elaborated on the results of the investigation and described previous infractions in his file. Grimes stated, “The record clearly indicates a serious and concentrated pattern of unacceptable and at times, illegal activity occurring over a lengthy period, which establishes a course of conduct totally at odds in the ethics of our profession.”

The police union, however, protested, and Wooten’s suspension was cut to five days.

Wooten’s revenge

Yesterday, the McClatchy news service, which supplies articles to newspapers throughout the country, published a story about Troopergate. It begins, “The first serious scandal in Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s administration has roots in a family feud.”

Describing Sarah Palin’s concerns about Mike Wooten as a “family feud” trivializes what seem to me to be extremely legitimate concerns about his behavior, and legitimate concerns about superior officers who refused to fire him.

The problem, of course, is that people do not understand the nature of a sociopath, and do not understand how dangerous Wooten is. The police union gets involved, Palin’s political enemies get involved, and they characterize the whole issue as the governor abusing her power to extract revenge against a cop because of a family feud.

Regardless of what happens in the presidential election, I’m worried that if people believe that version of the story, Mike Wooten might actually make good on his threat and bring Sarah Palin down.

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OxDrover wrote: “What is also sad to me, is that people whose BAD DEEDS are exposed in the media are NOT sanctioned by the public—they still buy their music, buy tickets to their movies, games, etc and no public outcry is giving against their behavior except as more excitement.”

This is my point – it IS sanctioned by the public.

Every time we vote for someone who engaged in mudslinging of any type… Every time we buy something produced by someone or some company that’s guilty of wrong-doing… we’re sanctioning it.
In our materialistic consumerism culture, most of us are guilty of RARELY, IF EVER, “putting our money where our mouth is”.

And because so many of us do… Those of us who don’t even want to, are more or less forced into it.
Like if I want to vote at all, I’ll HAVE to vote for someone who’s engaged in some kind of politicking I do not approve of.

Cronyism is the foundation of pretty much all political offices – our current highest office being a breathtaking epitome.
And it happens down to the town levels – it’s maddening sometimes what people can get away with when they have connections with the local police dept… never mind the governor or the president.

The most brilliant comment I’ve ever heard on the matter is from “The Book” in the book “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” by Douglas Adams:

“Anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job.”

Now that’s supposed to be funny… but if you think about it, it’s not, because it’s true!

Frankly, I question the sanity of anyone who would WANT a political office that high, realizing what it entails for themselves & their families in terms of personal cost… but the high personal cost is probably why they can justify their wrongdoings in their mind – that they deserve it. 🙁

Oxy, as usual, you say it like it is. If you ever run for office, you’ve got my vote.

Newbies to the political arena … beware, they will set you up within the first year in office. How you ask? They will wine and dine you … have the opposite sex there for you at your beck and call … as they get you intoxicated … and if you slip once … thinking you are with political friends … they will surely video tape your adventure to use against you any time they want. Too many right siders …see site what I am referring to:

If you don’t slip up (good for you, your parents raised you well), they just make something up.



You are right–I should have put the word NEGATIVE in front of “sanctioned”–a sanction can be either positive or negative.

Yes, we DO reniforce them by buying their products, voting for them etc. They do wrong and still don’t suffer any significant consequences.

We had a politician here some couple of decades ago who was convicted of taking “payments” he was Lt. Governor Jim Guy Tucker of Arkansas and he was CONVICTED and sentenced, banned for life as a FELON and not long ago he requested the Gov. pardon his past crimes so he could run for Mayor of a large city. NOPE–the Gov declined. In my opinon Mr. Tucker exibited very narcissistic behavior in all his “entitlements” the way many elected officials do. His nerve in asking that he be allowed to run for office again only underscores this N-ism.

I agree with you on your other points, who in the world would WANT to be in such an office? Under the microscope 24/7? Power and aclaim is a heady drug, though. Look at what effect it had on the Nixon family!

I have read good biographies of most of our early presidents even after the revolution when the total population was only about 3 million (less than my state has now) and the crooked politics, the infighting, the public humiliation of their private lives being exposed, etc. It isn’t any different now than it was then. They were surely NOT saints by any stretch of the imagination and politics wasn’t any different then than now, and the media was just as slanted, it just didn’t stream photos into their homes or sound bites. LOL

My own little back water county was labeled one of the most corrupt in the country in the 50s and 60s and it isn’t any better now, people still get up out of their GRAVES and go vote every major election, ANY public job is not given to anyone who isn’t related to the office holder in charge of it, etc.

Wini, I will never run for office—not even for dog catcher! LOL But thanks for the vote of confidence. LOL

wp.. I am not scolding you. But it seems like you get misunderstood a lot that’s all. I know you’re healing as well, that’s why I said to share your feelings as well as your thoughts. I don’t like seeing anyone get misunderstood or god forbid chased away here, this is our safe place.. not scolded either, unless it’s one of Oxy’s mock threats. You certainly don’t have to worry about ME, I’m just a broken person looking for help here, not a judge.

By acting like she did, or her family did, was the right thing to do. It wasn’t abuse of power. The trooper was behaving like the schoolyard bully, even a common criminal. People still don’t seem to realize that you can’t “play nice” with these types (the trooper) and convince them to reform. It ain’t gonna happen. Read people! One needs to act and act harshly if need be. I have to assume that Monegan may have had some prejudices that prevented him from acting sooner, necessitating removing him from office. Losing his job is the consequence he had to endure. Gee, that’s too bad when you defy a sitting Governor, guy. Having to endure loss of a long term job myself, I have no sympathy for defiant types suffering this fate.

A year ago when my light went on after reading about sociopaths symtoms, I realized my method of dealing with them as a class of people had to change. Being “nice” to them(aka “weak”) had to change. As a guy, I think this is easier to do when you realize they have no conscience. And by not being “nice” to a sociopath, one also starts to speak their language. And one has a better chance of getting one’s point across to them by not being “nice” when they understand consequences will be coming their way. Use your own judgement as to what not being “nice” to a sociopath means.

Dear subtly_subdued,

Welcome. I agree with your “not playing nice” with the psychopaths, however, at the same time, I also advise caution.

My X-BF was a P–delux model, burned down his former (the last one before me) GF’s house—no proof that would go to a court of law, but NO DOUBT at all he did it–and quite frankly I “threatened” him in a way that he believed if my house burned that my sons would “hunt him down like a rabid dog”–which was not the case, I would never seek revenge or break the law like that or encourage my sons to—but HE DIDN’T KNOW IT. I WILL defend myself if backed into a corner and there is no where to retreat, even to the extent of killing someone if I can and it is necessary to protect my life or someone else’s life,, but under NO other circumstances. But as long as HE BELIEVED my bluff, it worked.

However, with my P-son, “not playing nice” with him is only a CHALLENGE to him, and is like the old saying about “waving a red flag in front of a bull” it is going to make him “charge” even if he didn’t have the idea before.

There is an old saying as well “If you are in a fair fight, you didn’t plan well.” I do not believe in playing “fair” with them in any way. I have no problem misleading them, if that is what it takes to get them off your back or afraid of you.

As far as Polin firing the boss of the trooper, personally, I think she did the right thing. If a public official doesn’t get rid of bad apples in his/her department then they are not running their department as it should be and I think the governor should fire them. I don’t think her actions were an abuse of power in any way. Not that others won’t see it that way, though.

The army and other armed services have what they calll “behavior unbecoming to an officer” and it covers a “multitude of sins” that can get an officer into a LOT OF HOT WATER. I think the same thing should apply to police officers of any rank or any public servant, either elected or hired.

It seems that police work seems to attract a segment of the Ps as much or more than other jobs. I gues it is the macho and power bit.


that’s all i can say…

i can see why at first glance you would believe he is a sociopath. but, the truth is, and i really believe this to the very core of my being is that he may be a jerk but he is not a sociopath by any means, no way!

sarah palin used expertly fine tuned gaslighting techniques to slander this man.

sarah palin has been doing this her entire life.

as far back as high school people have been scared and intimidated by her. people in alaska that somehow got on her bad side are afraid of her.

she is a master manipulator.

she is a sociopath. 100%

the book ‘the sociopath next door’ by martha stout could of been written about her.

*power hungry
*intense stare (look at the photo of her where she has bare shoulders)
*uses the guise of a hockey mom to cover up her real predatory nature
*dislike, lack of feeling for, or even hatred towards all animals
*conservative views
*many people from her past are scared or intimidated by her

etc. etc.

look at the whole picture, really think about it. dissect all the clues.

a sociopath (who is so far right of george bush it’s off the map) may be the future vp or even president of the usa, if mccain were to pass on.

are you not afraid at all???

i don’t even live in the usa and i am terrified that this scary woman might be in the white house.

read the book ‘the sociopath next door’ by martha stout before you cast your vote.

pass the word on…..

I appreciated the fact that the Governor didn’t put up with guff from an anti-social ex brother-in law. I wrote too fast praising her and not thinking through that she needed to manipulate her position as Governor to resolve this personal family issue. A private citizen doesn’t have the luxury of the muscle of her office when forced to deal with similar scenarios.

I am constantly hitting brick walls put in front of me by corrupt anti-social personalities sitting in positions of authority that I need to go to their offices for help in “trying to resolve” what my EX anti-social fiance has done to my life. It’s a loosing battle having to go to anti-socials to arrest another anti-social. All anti-socials say NO. They have no depth to their personalities, no understanding and therefore could care less of my complaints and concerns. They allow victimization of individuals by anti-socials to continue. I actually spoke with a police officer for the first time yesterday who refused to return my phone calls and/or e-mails for the past year and a 1/2. Yet, insisted to tell me that he followed through for the last year and 1/2 and spoke with me several times … he refused to do his job as he insisted to tell me for the reason only a court of law could provide … using this as an excuse to not to do his job (I didn’t know police officers were judge and jury too). I kept repeating that he just do his job and leave the outcome of decisions to the courts. Of course, he hung up on me.

The anti-socials are the people who put the wrenches in the wheels of the world. The have no depth of understanding of life situations and care less about what is going on around them. They don’t do their jobs unless a supervisor is breathing down their neck for a deadline to be completed. Then you can’t rely on what they provided as a finished product.

And people wonder why government doesn’t work today?

I don’t think she is any scarier than Hillary, and I don’t know anything about her yet, but I do know I’ve never heard of a Sociopath willingly adopting a handicapped baby, and running a campaign for vice president without a nanny. I will say that Alaska does seem to have a tradition of raising “tough” and sometimes line-crossing politicians and office holders. That trooper seems to me to have been way out of line, and I think she might have just gotten angry and said, ok fine, you won’t fire him, then I’ll just fire you. From what I’ve heard, Alaska has been a sort of “final frontier” for America, and the justice there can bear a little resemblance to that of the Wild West at times. eg “Walking Tall”

hello kat_o_nine_tales,

i don’t know, i have never been scared of hillary, nor have many others. but a lot of people are scared of palin. for example: she intimidated people in her high school, people in alaska that did not agree with her were blacklisted by her, and many people (famous and ordinary citizens) are expressing that they are ‘scared’ of her. there is something about her that is scary. plus, there are many successful sociopaths that do not commit obvert punishable crimes but nonetheless commit morally apprehensible behavior under the radar there entire lives. if you read the book the sociopath next door you will understand that she fits the profile. look i am a women and i respect strong women. but, there is something different about palin. she seems devoid of all normal humanity. to me (my opinion) she is someone driven by an insatiable need (not so much a desire) but an intrinsic need for power, at all costs. she steps on the feet of all that have helped her in the past and intimidates those who get in her way, she uses her family as a backdrop to somehow prove she is like the average ordinary woman (but she is not) she is like a machine, she is the kid in the sandbox in pre-school who would pinch you behind the teacher’s back and then when the teacher turned around she would smile her biggest smile and then make it look like you were the one that started something, she has unbridled charisma, an intense psychopathic stare……….she fits all the criteria for a female sociopath in a suit. no conscience, no knowledge of what that even means, complete disregard for the environment, cruelty to animals. she fits it 100%. i have never been scared of a woman in power before i laid eyes on her. i have very strong instincts. she is not a strong woman in the vein of hillary, oprah, bhutto, etc. she is a strong woman in the vein of one who is a cruel, vindictive, power hungry machine. god help the usa and the world if mccain passes away and she is the president!!! think before you VOTE!!!!

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