The Undefeated Shows Palin is a Genuine Post-Partisan Corruption Fighter
People expecting to watch The Undefeated and see a polarizing, divisive Sarah Palin might be disappointed. The real Sarah Palin shown in this film is more about battling corruption than scoring cheap political points. Afterall, this is the woman who enjoyed a sustained 80% approval rating governing the state of Alaska, where more than two-thirds of the electorate are independent. This is the woman who turned in her state party chairman for ethics violations. He later received the largest ethics fine in state history.
Sarah Palin had high approval ratings in Alaska because she worked in bi-partisan fashion to pursue popular reforms, including a nearly unanimous and sweeping ethics law, a new system for calculating oil royalties, and the blueprint for a $40 billion natural gas line.
Since being picked as a VP candidate, this popular governor has been subjected to more bizarre scrutiny than any VP candidate in history.
I challenge skeptics to watch this film with an open mind to see the popular reformer who took on the special interests in her home state.
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