Sarah Palin has been off the radar for a while, but now she thinks she can garner a little attention if she weighs in on the Libyan attacks to the U.S. Embassy. But, what she still hasn’t learned is that it is best to keep her mouth closed and be thought a fool than to open her mouth and remove all doubt.
Palin has tried to redeem herself over the years and prove that her I.Q. is higher than previously believed, but there has been little evidence that anything has changed. According to the Huffington Post, she had the audacity to disrespect the president after the Libyan attacks on the U.S. embassy saying:
“America can’t afford any more ‘leading from behind’ in such a dangerous world,” Palin wrote in a Facebook post. “We already know that President Obama likes to ‘speak softly’ to our enemies. If he doesn’t have a ‘big stick’ to carry, maybe it’s time for him to grow one.”
It’s obvious that Palin is jealous of our First Lady Michelle and is merely lashing out, but fallic symbols and even the talk of such things is taken quite seriously in this country (i.e. the Washington Monument). She is hitting below the belt. And what does “leading from behind” supposed to mean? It’s obvious she doesn’t read and has not checked his record. But, I would believe that she’s suggesting something that has nothing to do with his record during the war.
Mitt Romney’s own party is lashing out at him for his unpatriotic rant against the president after the attacks. What does Sarah Palin hope to gain with her remarks? My sincerest hope is that Michelle finds her way to a podium and slips an upper cut to Palin for that one. She is always ready to support her man!
And not only did the dunce try to attack the president in her scathing letter to Facebook. She started her essay with:
“Apparently President Obama can’t see Egypt and Libya from his house.”
Apparently, you really are the dumbest rock in the box. The president is going to have to hit Jay-Z on the hip. Maybe he can put something together for him that will hit the radio next week. She needs to be taught a lesson. He got 99 problems, but Palin ain’t one. Read more here.