Staffer tells Palin …Try talking about “what’s relevant.”

 

 

Sarah Palin's speech to the Alaska GOP last Friday in Anchorage had largely been overlooked by the national media, until now. And it appears the feud between Palin and the McCain campaign is not over. Former McCain aides are upset that she didn't want to pray with them before the vice presidential debate, sparking some harsh comments.

In an interview with CNN Cached (was taken down hours after going viral) UPI has the story an aide said, "It's another example of the few staff still loyal to Palin questioning their loyalty and ardent defense of her over the several months since the campaign." The staffer also added that Palin's remarks "cause you to question not only your loyalty but her judgment as a leader."

This is all in response to Palin's saying at the dinner in Anchorage last week: "So I'm looking around for somebody to pray with, I just need maybe a little help, maybe a little extra. And the McCain campaign, love 'em, you know, they're a lot of people around me, but nobody I could find that I wanted to hold hands with and pray."

Palin told the audience she meant no disrespect to the McCain campaign, but a former Palin aide told CNN in an e-mail Thursday Palin's remarks "set off a nerve for sure with a lot of people."

Palin has frequently complained about the way McCain's staff handled her part of the 2008 presidential campaign, sometimes as she has responded to criticism of her campaigning by sources in the McCain camp, CNN noted.

The staffer who told CNN Palin's latest remarks touched a nerve said she had slapped campaign workers in the face with remarks that "cause you to question not only your loyalty but her judgment as a leader."

Another staffer said Palin should stop talking about the campaign and talk only about "what's relevant."

"The people that she has, either working at her (political action committee) or advisers in Alaska, aren't exactly making the best decisions for her," the staffer said.

Palin's office in Alaska did not respond to CNN's request for comment on the report.

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. JBodine
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 15:43:00

    Well it does seem some people's universe does revolve around Sarah Palin. They just cannot let go. There is definetly a unhealthly fixation going on here.

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  2. JBodine
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 16:12:00

    Well, I took the time to go view Sherry's sources on this, she could have included this Post by commenter, "MAR" and I could not have said it better, puts the whole story in context. Shows how things taken out of context can be used to smear.

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  3. Syrin from Wasilla
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 16:55:00

    oy vey, JBodine you sound asenine. Stop already, it's pathetic.

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  4. JBodine
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 17:27:00

    oy vey, yiddish for "Oh God" or "Woe is me". asinine [ass-in-nine]
    Adjective

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  5. Syrin from Wasilla
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 18:01:00

    JBodine I have many podcasts, articles with the whole truth, slanted towards exposing Sarah for the fraud that she is. There is no argument! Do some research.
    syc⋅o⋅phant 

    –noun

    a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite.

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  6. Helen
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 18:12:00

    Hey Syrin, I'm looking for a video i saw just this morning that had people commenting on the Palin prayer fiasco…one lady said, it was bizarre or something like that…was that the CNN video? I saw it on someones site and now I can't find it, I want to link to it, do you know where it is?thanks ~

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  7. Syrin from Wasilla
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 18:17:00

    I'm quite aware of what oy vey means. No disrespect, but you appear to be a bit arrogant in what you think you know. Besides, it's a waste of breathe to present a fact based, coherent argument. We are dealing here with a 'Mob Rule' mentality. You are part of a mob, this mob does not let FACTS get in the way. Just do your research, God will open your eyes

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  8. JBodine
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 18:35:00

    Yes, but your readers might not. Personal attack again.
    AHH at last:"it's a waste of breathe to present a fact based, coherent argument. We are dealing here with a 'Mob Rule' mentality".
    I am not part of your mob. However you have finally disclosed in no uncertain terms your true purpose. It is not to have a fact based discussion of the Pro's and Con' of Sarah Palin, It is smear and demonization project and you appear to relish in it. Your sister in arms Jeanne over at mudflats seems to be better at it than you. Off to get that video for helen.

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  9. JBodine
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 18:52:00

    Helen, you can click on "See Video" at the end of this post above. Or come over to my page, I also have it up.

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  10. JBodine
    Mar 27, 2009 @ 20:01:00

    syc⋅o⋅phant 

    –noun a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite

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  11. ken
    Mar 28, 2009 @ 11:43:00

    are you really this stupid..oh wait i asked you this before ..sorry…if you go to any of the polls in alaska you will see that pallins numbers are way up in just about any popularity poll even some are higher then that marxist in the white house …why do you liberals enjoy playing this game ,i already knew you were sore losers now it looks like your sore winners

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