Fed up with mounting legal bills and rattled by intense scrutiny of her family and work, Sarah Palin was ready to step down as Alaska’s governor months before she left office in July 2009.
Emails released Thursday, most from the last 10 months of her time in office, show she told her husband in April, “I can’t take it anymore“ and complained to spokeswoman Sharon Leighow and aide Kris Perry in March that she had been the target of ”many frivolous suits and charges since the DAY I became VP candidate.
Sarah Palin got an earful over the weekend from a woman in Alaska who upbraided her for "becoming a celebrity," instead of finishing her term as governor. Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Officials in the state of Alaska today released about 13,000 of Sarah Palin's emails from the former governor's first 21 months in office. During that period, her fame grew and she became a GOP vice presidential nominee. In the vide...
Emails released Thursday reveal how badly Sarah Palin wanted out of her position as Alaska's governor — months before she actually stepped down in June 2009. "I can't take it anymore," she told her husband.