It certainly could happen.
Now that Sarah Palin has been found guilty of abuse of power it could be that she could be impeached by the Alaskan authorities.
We are seeing that the McCain camp are trying to down play the importance of this situation – but it will not be forgotten so quickly, and it will come out during the campaign – a legitimate counter to many of the accusations that the McCain camp has been making about Barack Obama.
Of course the McCain camp are trying to pin some blame on Obama supporters, but how long can they really feel that they will pull the wool over the American peoples eyes.
Maybe this will bring home to Palin that she really isn’t so immune to the legal system in the wider USA. What happens now we really don’t know – but so many things are open and up on offer with what to do with her.
“Gov. Palin knowingly permitted a situation to continue where impermissible pressure was placed on several subordinates in order to advance a personal agenda,” the report states.
The bipartisan Legislative Council, which commissioned the investigation after Monegan was fired, unanimously adopted the 263-page public report after a marathon executive session Friday. About 1,000 more pages of documents compiled during the inquiry will remain confidential, the council’s chairman, state Sen. Kim Elton, said.
Why? How can this be open to public scrutiny if so much of the report is kept confidential?
More will obviously come out through the next few days.