The chairwoman of an Alaskan political party that advocates a vote on the stateís succession from the union said Tuesday that she had been mistaken when she said Gov. Sarah Palin was a member of the group.
A front-page story in The New York Times on Tuesday and articles in other news media reported that Ms. Palin was a member of the Alaska Independence Party for two years in the 1990ís.
The information in the Times article was based on a statement issued Monday night by Lynette Clark, the partyís chairwoman, who said that Ms. Palin joined the party in 1994 and in 1996 changed her registration to Republican.
On Tuesday night, Ms. Clark said that her initial statement was incorrect and had been based on erroneous information provided by another member of the party whom she declined to identify.
It's OVER, liberals. The last nail has been hammered in, the coffin lowered, and the dirt replaced.