McCain Fears October Surprise On Palin Scandal

The McCain campaign apparently fears that bad news coming out of the report on the Sarah Palin troopergate scandal could turn into a damaging October surprise.

Is the McCain campaign afraid of an ‘October surprise’ involving vice-presidential pick Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska?

The Alaska state senator running an investigation of Gov. Palin says the McCain campaign is using stall tactics to prevent him from releasing his final report by Oct. 31, four days before the November election.

“It’s likely to be damaging to the Governor’s administration,” said Senator Hollis French, a Democrat, appointed the project manager for a bi-partisan State Senate Legislative Counsel Committee investigation of claims that Palin abused her office to get the Alaska public safety commissioner, Walt Monegan, fired.

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    Dave Dragon says:

    I find it remarkable that McC’s staff didn’t vet out Palin before committing to her.

    Stupidity is McC’s Hallmark, yet again.

    Dave

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