Former Republican candidate Andree McLeod has appealed the governor's decision to withhold or redact some e-mails and other state records. She's seeking the records in a dispute about the Palin administration's recruiting and hiring decisions. KTUU has reported that some of the withheld e-mails have subject lines referring to Palin critics Andrew Halcro, Dan Fagan and Alaska Ear.
From here it looks like McLeod has a strong case.
Palin is claiming that "Executive Privilege" (which has no more reality in Alaska state law than it does in the US Constitution) applies to emails she sent her husband.
We've had decades of this kind of crap in the White House. Enough is enough.
It's time for a President and Vice President who do not NEED @#%ing "Executive Privilege".