Sarah Palin is having trouble keeping her stories straight about why she fired her public safety director in Trooper-Gate.
At one point, she went so far as to say she hadn't fired him at all: he'd quit. But now, with help from the McCain campaign, she's come up with a new justification for what is again being called a firing: insubordination.
And what, you ask, did he do that was supposedly insubordinate? He was too aggressive in trying to go after sex offenders, specifically child molesters. Seriously.
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