Sunday, February 6, 2011

Should Assange Hunt Down Palin?

 

Sarah Palin on the Egyptian crisis:

Sarah Palin says the Obama administration must tell Americans what it knows about who will be Egypt's next leader.

In a Christian Broadcasting Network interview released Saturday, the 2008 vice presidential candidate says the administration should level with the American people on what it knows about the Egyptian crisis.

Sarah Palin on Julian Assange:

Sarah Palin, who is widely tipped as a possible Republican candidate for president in 2012, has said WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be hunted down in the way armed forces are targeting the Taliban and Al-Qaeda.

We can only hope she finds the information the Obama Administration possesses, releases it and calls for the armed forces to hunt herself down.

6 comments:

  1. Palin, who probably doesn't know where Egypt is, has absolutely no foreign policy creds to say anything worth listening to.

    My bed sheets, which are made of Egyptian cotton, know more about what's going on there than does she.

    (And they think she's a silly pillow case.)

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  2. We didn't even see this coming and this idiot thinks Obama knows who the next grand pubah of Egypt will be.

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  3. I really should stop by my own blog now and then. I blame the snow or the SAD or something. I want to be as big a victim as Sarah.

    Thanks for visiting, Shaw and Truth.

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  4. Like I've said elsewhere... shouldn't the Egyptians be the first know who will lead their next government?
    The presumption in Palin's worthless commentary is staggering.
    I'd also hazard a guess that most Americans don't really mind who it is, as long as they don't kill twenty people before breakfast, or start wars that Americans will get sucked into.

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  5. I support her to the extent that she causes a rift in the Republican party. Presumably there are sane people in the GOP and if the base wasn't so crazy they might be able to get past the primary. The next year should be interesting.

    The Egypt situation itself seems to be causing a rift between those who actually believed in that spreading democracy doctrine and those who are afraid for Israel and think Mubarak is the best choice. I'm sure whoever ends up in power can also be bribed not to attack the Israelis.

    I think your assumption about the concern of the American people over the government of Egypt is right on the money.

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  6. Hm. I wonder if she can hear the KGB from her front porch.

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