Sarah Palin writes a “love note” to President Obama

Posted by: ST on March 13, 2012 at 6:40 pm

3,2,1 …. blast off!

In a nutshell, she’s challenged our celebrity President to a “discussion” – no doubt she’d prefer it to be public!  I’d pay to see that:

I’m sure I missed a few things, but the list is just for starters. Along with millions of others, I’m willing and free to discuss these issues with the President anywhere, anytime; and I’m sure any of the four patriots currently running for the GOP nomination would also welcome the opportunity to talk about the problems everyday Americans face due to the abject failure of our current administration’s policies. The President will dismiss all of these problems by saying, “Well, uh, ‘change isn’t easy.’” But considering that candidate Obama promised to turn back the waters and heal the planet, the American people had at least a reasonable expectation that, at the bare minimum, he wouldn’t bankrupt our country.

This latest ad is quite odd, but also quite telling. It shows that our President sure seems fearful of discussing the economy, energy prices, and all the other problems people need addressed. And intended or not, now that his ad opens up the discussion of Barack Obama’s radical past associations and the radical philosophy that shaped his ideas about his promised “fundamental transformation” of our country, I welcome the media to join ordinary Americans in finally vetting Barack Obama. The media failed to do so in 2008 to the detriment of us all. Maybe this time around they can do their job.

Make sure to read the whole thing.

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15 Responses to “Sarah Palin writes a “love note” to President Obama”


  1. Carlos says:

    Obama must be prescient. Today’s “9 Chickwood Lane” is spot on for nearly every Democrat and at least many Republicans who’ve been running this country for years now:

    “You’re unethical, immoral and brimming with a swinish indecency that would make a maggot blush.”

    Have you considered standing for public office?”

    Wonderful description!

  2. Phineas says:

    Ah, vintage ‘Cuda. :d

  3. Sefton says:

    Damn, I wish I could vote for her this coming election.

    BTW, if I were a “poster” guy, the photo of her currently on Breitbart’s front page (holding the pump shotgun) would be the one I’d have. My kinda gal.

  4. PE says:

    Sarah!! The anti-hyena or our nation.

  5. Drew the Infidel says:

    The “problems people need addressed” mentioned above are also known as Obhammud’s unbroken string of failures.

  6. Ralph Gizzip says:

    The media failed to do so in 2008 to the detriment of us all. Maybe this time around they can do their job.

    Yeah, Sarah, when pigs fly.

  7. Drew the Infidel says:

    Good point, Ralph. Remember when the media went to considerable expense and effort to go on an Alaskan witch hunt to paw through thousands upon thousands of her official e-mails as Governor and came up empty while at the same time they let a 600-plus page Obamneycare bill slide past?

  8. Ken66 says:

    George Washington once said, “A negro will be President when pigs fly.” Well ‘swine flu.’ Time to crash land this pig and the rest of the herd.

  9. Neo says:

    Has Obama lost the military vote ???

    In a sign of the nervousness surrounding Mr. Panetta’s trip, the Marines and other troops who were waiting in a tent for the defense secretary to speak were abruptly asked by their commander to get up, place their weapons — M-16 and M-4 automatic rifles and 9-mm pistols — outside the tent and then return unarmed. The commander, Sgt. Maj. Brandon Hall, told reporters he was acting on orders from superiors.

    Code Pink must be proud.

  10. Kate says:

    So The Big Guy has his minnions run off an ad and the subject is Sarah Palin who is not running for any official office the last time I checked….Beware private citizens who defy the Great One, you too, may become part of a political ad.

    Did this seem a bit weird to any of you? I would say it appears almost paranoid. Where are the armchair psychologists?

  11. Carlos says:

    No need for armchair psychologists, Kate, it’s almost classic paranoia. Almost, because he’s so far into it that he’s surrounded himself with layers of those with the same problem. That accounts for the immediate reaction against anyone with the gall to challenge him because each layer of paranoid insulation let’s the layer just above know when there’s danger to the fragile one, but the warnings travel like wildfire (they can’t pay attention to the petty stuff like running the country, they’ve got to be ever-vigilant about real problems).

    Of course, his paranoia is compounded by certain other mental defects or diseases, too, like narcissism, so that doesn’t help, either.

    Some day, when he stands in front of the God he mocks just by being his twisted self, maybe he will realize what an insignificant ant he was in the grand scheme of things, but I wouldn’t count on that realization before then because that’s the single most important trait of a great leader.

  12. Tom TB says:

    Sarah is absolutely correct; you don’t need a TITLE to be powerful! I can’t recall a Presidential campaign where a candidate wasted time on a non-candidate.

  13. Kate says:

    So True Carlos….the other thing that this reminds me of is how much money he has to waste! I am not sure how strategic such attacks are in the long run. His base already has a stilted view of Sarah Palin.

  14. Sefton says:

    And let’s also point out, it’s an Obamneycare bill that was initially projected by the Dems and president to cost less than a trillion and has recently been scored at close to 2 trillion by the CBO.

    Are there no limits to the lies coming out of this admin.?

  15. Mitch says:

    He is an egomaniac, pure and simple. He already sees himself as the Leader of a New World Government. A New World Order. His contempt for our Constitution and our form of Government are a matter of record. But he is not really the problem, as bad as he is. The problem is the people who elected him and those in our Congress who allow him to get away with all that he has done, since taking office. When you invite a Rat into your home and serve him a plate at the dinner table, heaped with all the delicacies a Rat desires and offer no objection when he eats off your plate too, don’t be surprised when he takes over your entire household. “Household,” being a metaphor here for the United States of America. The, “Rat,” requires no explanation.