Have we seriously gone too far to expose Palin? When is it considered enough abuse to bash a political figure? Believe it or not, there actually were unwritten rules to the politics of personal destruction. It’s now turned into utter chaos as reasoning and logic were bum rushing each other. I can understand the posting of emails that are relevant to her position in government, but posting personal photos of her family? C’mon, Anonymous, what were you thinking?

Is this the same Anonymous that exposed the Church of Scientology?  Everyone outside of the CoS are well aware of their practices and only those who dare cross their boundaries feel it is justified. To a certain point, I was also caught up in the vigilante and Robin Hood-like escapades of Anonymous. But then I paused long enough to think about what if the shoe were on the other foot? No one on this earth is perfect and it would be too easy to dig up dirt on anyone for anything. So I wondered, after Scientology, who would be next for Anonymous? Obviously, he’s got an agenda. It seems Palin was going to pay a dear price because she stood out differently from all the candidates. It’s almost a sickening type of fraternity initiation if you want to compare it to anything. And because we’ve all managed to thrive on controversy and focus more on their flaws rather than their potential to lead this nation, we’ve lost sight of what this country once stood for – values, integrity, ethics, passion for the US. I must be getting old because the attacks on Sarah Palin have turned for the worst. Stay off her family and personal life! Maintain a healthy balance of her good points as well as her bad ones and keep it on a professional level. Even Obama doesn’t like what’s happening to Palin, expressing a cautious empathy in the hopes that the wolf pack don’t sniff him out too.

“Let me be as clear as possible. I have said before, and I will repeat again, I think people’s families are off limits. And people’s children are especially off limits. This shouldn’t be part of our politics. It has no relevance to Governor Palin’s performance as governor or her potential performance as a vice president.”

Gawker.com, Anonymous, and Wikileaks need to self examine themselves and quit being that annoying kid who always tells on everybody to the teacher not just to get others in trouble but to show how squeaky clean they are!

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“”Here ruining people is considered sport,” so concluded Vince Foster in what many believe was his suicide note.”