(P)resident Todd Palin
Just something to think about.
Todd Palin sits in on many of the Governor Palin’s official business meetings.
John McCain is 72 and has had a few bouts with cancer.
One has to wonder, if Palin becomes president, what the role would be of Todd Palin.
Todd Palin seated behind a White House desk and shaping national policy could be one of the most dangerous aspects of a potential Sarah Palin presidency.
The telling vignette shows Todd Palin’s position in the governor’s office. Dressed in a business suit, seated behind a big conference table with state documents in front of him, he tried to tell the state’s top cop how to do his job.
This is a man who was a member of the Alaskan Independence Party, a radical group advocating Alaskan secession from the United States.
The role played by Todd in carrying out his wife’s vendetta was highly unusual. He had no official duties in government. He acknowledged, however, that he made numerous calls to state officials to press his case against the governor’s ex-brother-in-law.