Alaska (Ucs News) Alaska Republican Sarah Palin issued a surprisingly harsh statement late on Friday, ripping the former Governor of Alaska’s
decision to leave office at the end of the month. “I am deeply disappointed that the Governor has decided to abandon the State and her constituents before her term has concluded,” Sarah Palin said.
In an interview Broadcast Tuesday Palin demanded to know why the Alaskan Governor decide to ‘abandon the state’? Is she planning to run for president in 2012, or was this her exit from politics? Sarah Palin said stepping down was a betrayal of voters faith, then went on criticize both Obama and the Republican Party.
Standing astride a fishing boat she would later climb aboard to haul in fishing nets and salmon, Palin expressed bitterness at the Governor of Alaska who she blames for ethics violations. She said the Governor of Alaska is taking the state in the wrong direction, and while she wouldn’t reveal her future plans, indicated she has fight left in her.
“Average, hard-working Americans need to be able to get out there, unrestrained, and fight for what is right,” she said. “Fight for energy independence and national security, fight for a smaller government instead of this big government overgrowth the Governor of Alaska is ushering in.”
Palin also offered criticism of the Washington, D.C., political establishment, and even the Republican Party, which foolishly nominated her to be vice president last year.