Abouhalkah cites "Palin's refusal to cooperate with a bipartisan investigation of her role in the firing Alaska's public safety commissioner" as a reason to believe that Palin isn't the corruption fighting maverick outsider that the McCain campaign is trying to paint her.
For more information on the incident, The Washington post has a good article here on Palin's refusal to cooperate with investigators along with some other interesting notes about her tenure as governor.
A maverick outsider, who is going to shake up Washington. I don't think we've tried that yet...wait wasn't that the same label that the Republicans painted George W. Bush. The more I learn about her, the more the comparison fits.
Bonus content: The AP is reporting that Palin says "Thanks" but doesn't say no-Thanks when that wasteful earmarked federal money builds a $600 million bridge to her home town of Wasilla.