February 24, 2012


Palin Frustration Seen in Last Batch of Emails

Just before she resigned as Alaska's governor, the Anchorage Daily News reports Sarah Palin "displayed growing frustrations over deteriorating relationships with state lawmakers and their perceived efforts to 'lame duck' her administration, along with outrage over ethics complaints that she felt frivolously targeted her and which prompted her to write: 'I can't take it any more.'"

"The details are included in more than 17,000 emails released Thursday by state officials -- nearly three and half years after the records were first sought by several news organizations."

The AP notes the emails also show Palin was seriously thinking of divorcing her husband in 2007.










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