(Washington D.C.) Ucs News-- After days in a secure and undisclosed location Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin is back on the campaign trail with avengeance. While everyone expected the Alaska Governor to dutifully follow McCain's marching orders, she has other ideas. In an unprecedented move Sarah Palin has seized control of the McCain campaign triggering a major shakeup.
Not satisfied with John McCain's warmed over 40 year old P.O.W. war story Palin has fired McCain's campaign manager Rick Davis. "Rick thought he was in a groove, he wasn't. He was in a rut so I fired him." According to staffers Senator McCain was furious with Palins actions but "was powerless to resist her."
With McCain and Davis effectively brushed aside Palin tore through the campaign's senior staff sacking all that were involved in lobbing congress. In Palin's words "I'm making changes right here and now starting with the GOP...I wish I had my moose rifle."
Palin then coldly sacked 4 more long time McCain advisers, before taking lunch. Sarah Palins victims include:
Senior foreign policy adviser Randy Scheunemann recently faced scrutiny over his foreign lobbying on behalf of the Republic of Georgia, which has been embroiled in a military conflict with Russia.
Economic adviser Nancy Pfotenhauer has lobbied for corporate giants like Koch Industries.
Frank Donatelli, the Republican National Committee's liaison to the McCain campaign, has had clients including Exxon Mobil.
Senior adviser Charlie Black was a foreign lobbyist for dictators in Zaire and Angola in the 1980s.