Friday, April 09, 2010

Sarah Palin Fires Back At Obama, Mocks His Inexperience On Nuclear Issues

I have to admit, this made me laugh out loud...she certainly has Obama's number!

In a high profile address before thousands of conservative activists at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference Friday, Sarah Palin attacked the Obama administration for its energy policy, mocked the media and liberals for suggesting she is inciting violence and hit back at the president's criticism of her knowledge on nuclear issues.

Mr. Obama said in an interview Friday that he was unconcerned with Palin's attacks on his decision to announce that in most cases the United States will not use nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear country.

"Last I checked, Sarah Palin's not much of an expert on nuclear issues," he said.

Palin shot back in her comments Friday, mocking the president for "the vast nuclear experience that he acquired as a community organizer." She said that his alleged experience had not helped him make progress in the issue with Iran and North Korea.

Palin was greeted with overwhelming enthusiasm by the delegates here, who entered the hall to find Alaskan caribou jerky waiting on their seats. Hundreds of flashbulbs went off when Palin came onstage, and standing ovations and chants of "Sarah, Sarah, Sarah" broke out throughout her remarks.

Hmmm.."the vast nuclear experience that he acquired as a community organizer." I couldn't help cracking up at that one! But wait, there's more:

Palin, a potential 2012 GOP presidential candidate, said the Obama doctrine involved "coddling enemies and alienating allies," attacking the administration for its handling of Israel, Iran and North Korea. She criticized the administration for its "yes we can spread the wealth around" attitude and said its programs, which she said took money from future generations, involved what "a lot of us" consider "stealing."

She suggested alternatives to the Obama administration's "Yes we can" slogan, among them "repeal and replace," in reference to the health care bill, and "don't retreat, reload," which prompted a standing ovation.

Palin said "don't retreat, reload," was "not a call for violence," despite what Democrats and members of the media have suggested. She said the media is "so desperate to discredit the people's movement, the tea party movement" that they make up such claims.

Later, after saying the word "shoot," she quipped, "I said shoot, I'm sorry," prompting laughter from the crowd.

Palin said that too many in Washington see money as free, referencing the stimulus package passed by the Obama administration. She quoted Bill Clinton's comment about then-candidate Obama during the presidential campaign, stating in a deep voice, "If this ain't the biggest fairy tale I've ever seen."

No wonder the Left is scared to death of this woman. You can tell by the vitriolic hatred they throw at her and her family at every opportunity. And the more they throw, the bigger she gets.

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1 comment:

B.Poster said...

Mr. Obama's nuclear weapons policy has to be his most bone headed decision to date. In an administration characterized by bone headed decisions this has to be the most bone headed. In fact it is so stupid, I and probably most of America's "friends" and enemies have to be wondering if there is something to it we are all missing.

I see at least two fundamental problems with this. 1.)Many of America's "allies" have refrained from building nuclear arsenals or from building formidable conventional military arsenals becuase they were depending heavily on America's "nuclear umbrella" for their national defense. As it is now, essentially this protection cannot be relied upon. What will these "allies" do now? I suspect they will build nuclear arsenals and increase the capabilities of their conventional forces in order to compensate for this. In other words, if the stated goal is to decrease nuclear weapons proliferation, this policy is almost guaranteed to have the exact opposite effect.

2.)I and probably most Americans had always assumed if a Mexican gang or a terrorist group set up shop in Mexico and used bases from there to attack the United States with missles or some other fashion that the American government would use every means at its disposal including draining the nuclear arsenal TO MAKE THE ATTACKS STOP!! What if Venezuela attacks America? Neitehr of these countries have nuclear weapons and conventional forces available may be inadequate to thwart the attacker. Neither of these countries have nuclear weapons and we have swore off using them against non nuclear countries. What in God's name do we do? How do we defend America now? The job of a General whose area of responsibility is the American mainland now has a MUCH tougher job.