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Father of the Year Todd Palin’s hobby:

The Palins really seem to have had it in for Wooten. This was obvious before — most people don’t try to get someone fired just for kicks — but reading all the details makes it really clear. The report lists nine people whom Todd Palin contacted about Wooten; two say that he had "numerous conversations" and "10-20x", respectively, and the report lists nine contacts with the other seven. Sarah Palin contacted Monegan three times and another person twice; and her Chief of Staff, Commissioner of Administration, Attorney General, and Director of Boards and Commissions all contacted people about Wooten.

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Moreover, the Palins seem to have had access to a private investigator’s report on Wooten (p. 18). And Todd Palin called people on several occasions to inform them of something Wooten seems to have done wrong that, absent a whole lot of coincidences, he could only have known if he was having Wooten followed, or if he was himself stalking Wooten. Once he called to say that Wooten, who had been injured, was riding his snowmobile, that he (Palin) had pictures, and that he "thought there might be some workers’ compensation fraud issues." (p. 29.) It turned out that Wooten had consulted with his doctor before going snowmobiling. Another time, Todd Palin called to say that Wooten had been seen dropping his kids off at school in a marked police vehicle. It turned out that Wooten had his supervisor’s permission to do so. (p. 32.) It’s pretty strange.

Generally, the report makes it sound as though the Palins, especially Todd Palin, were just obsessed with Wooten, in a truly peculiar and creepy way.

If Todd Palin spent half as much of his time being involved in his kids lives as he spent stalking Mike Wooten and harassing  his wife’s staff, Bristol Palin might be planning on attending her high school’s winter formal instead of preparing to give birth to Puck Jesus Palin-Johnston on Christmas Day.

TBogg

TBogg

Yeah. Like I would tell you....

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