Sarah Palinâ€™s main man, Todd Palin, may be subpoenaed to speak about the firing of Alaskaâ€™s public safety commissioner, Walter Monegan.
According to recent reports, Monegan believes his release was brought upon him because of his refusal to fire trooper Mike Wooten, Palinâ€™s former brother-in-law.
World bloggers used the weekend to soak in the news and write their thoughts.
English blogger Andrea Mann writes in her blog, England for Obama, that there should be more media coverage on the investigation.
â€œwhy isnâ€™t this news all over the MSM (thatâ€™s blogosphere-speark for â€˜mainstream mediaâ€™, btw. And btw is blogosphere-speak for â€˜by the wayâ€™)? Itâ€™s nowhere on the homepage of either MSNBC or CNN this morning, for example. As someone has pointed out somewhere, if Michelle Obama got so much as a parking ticket, the media would jump all over it. Isnâ€™t it rather important that the spouse of a vice-presidential candidate is being made to testify in a scandalous case revolving around that very spouse?â€
A â€œminorityâ€ in Alaska writes in his blog, that Palin took advantage of his wifeâ€™s privileges.
â€œWell it seems perfectly reasonable since “Mr. Sarah Palin” seems to have used his wife's access to badger people about personal concerns that he had no right to even talk to.â€
And, one of the commentators on the â€œminorityâ€™sâ€ blog wrote that Palinâ€™s life was entertainment:
â€œPalin is the Jerry Springer Show!â€
Finally, a Mexican blogger writes in his blog, â€œThe Exile,â€ that Palinâ€™s refusal to volunteer to testify may have caused the subpoena.
â€œIt's not the original act that gets ‘em – it's always the cover up.â€