Like all Americans, we've been anxiously awaiting the release emails from Sarah Palin's first month as governor, which were inadvertently admitted from the release of 24,199 pages of electronic musings. Now the final 54 pages have arrived, and they're simply explosive — if you like imagining heavily redacted emails…
After scanning pounds of emails Sarah Palin wrote during her brief tenure as governor of Alaska, journalists failed to find anything more interesting than a penchant for using the word "flippin.'" In light of this absence of relevant information, reporters are now analyzing not what she says, but how she says it.
The state of Alaska is about to release Sarah Palin's emails from her tenure as governor, and even with the inevitable redactions, that's going to be a lot of material. Let's take a look at exactly how much.