Sarah Palin: Peace Through Strength

My favorite female patriot has penned yet another excellent, insightful and unapologetic take-down of the Obama agenda. To those who would underestimate her — especially the prominent male members of the Republican establishment — I say, do so at your own peril, boys. This woman has more courage, tenacity and heart than all of you put together. Yes, I am talking about you Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee and Michael Steele: This is what principled leadership looks like.  I thank God for Mama Grizzlies like Palin, Brewer and Bachmann, and the up-and-coming Nikki Haley, Sharron Angle and Mary Fallin.

As long as we have tough, determined voices of intestinal fortitude of the female variety in the GOP, there’s justifiable cause to believe we can get this country back on track. But to quote our president, “let me be clear”: No one, and I mean, absolutely no one gets under his skin the way Sarah Palin does, simply with a keyboard and a Facebook membership.  Her latest note is no exception:

We have a President, perhaps for the very first time since the founding of our republic, who doesn’t appear to believe that America is the greatest earthly force for good the world has ever known.

When asked whether he believed in American exceptionalism, President Obama answered, “I believe in American exceptionalism, just as I suspect that the Brits believe in British exceptionalism and the Greeks believe in Greek exceptionalism.” Amazing. Amazing.

I think this statement speaks volumes about his world view. He sees nothing unique in the American experience? Really? Our founding, and our founding mothers and fathers? Really? And our history over the past two and half centuries?

Really? He sees nothing unique in an America that fought and won two world wars and in victory sought not one inch of territory or one dollar of plunder? He sees nothing unique in an America that, though exhausted by conflict, still laid the foundation for security in Europe and Asia after World War II? He sees nothing unique in an America that prevailed against an evil ideology in the Cold War? Does he just see a country that has to be apologized for around the world, especially to dictators?

Read it in its entirety on Facebook.

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