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Palin calls for decisive leadership in Libya

Posted by loricalabrese on April 27, 2011

In her speech in Wisconsin, Palin called out Obama, saying “What better place than the state that hosts the Super Bowl champs to call out the liberal left and let them know: Mr. President, game on!”

Well, Palin certainly meant it and took to Facebook on Tuesday and appeared on ‘On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren’ Tuesday night with a blistering question to the president:

“When do you ever just “roll up your sleeves, unplug the teleprompter” and do the job of governing and administrating for which voters hired you?” Palin asked.

On FOX News’ ‘On the Record with Greta Van Susteren,’ Palin pointed out how Obama spent last week in campaign mode trying to raise his billion dollars for his reelection bid which is still 19 months away instead of focusing on the challenges currently facing America such as escalating gas prices, and the intervention in Libya.

Palin continued with her tough words for the president saying, “the perception he’s giving Americans is that he almost can’t be bothered with the issues facing the rest of us.”

Palin stressed that Obama must make up his mind on the intervention in Libya and said, “We cannot be the world’s ATM.”

Palin wrote on Facebook, “At this point, to avoid further mission creep and involvement in a third war – one we certainly can’t afford – you need to step up and justify our Libyan involvement, or Americans are going to demand you pull out. Simply put, what are we doing there? You’ve put us in a strategic no man’s land. If Gaddafi’s got to go, then tell NATO our continued participation hinges on this: We strike hard and Gaddafi will be gone. If, as you and your spokesmen suggest, we’re not to tell Libya what to do when it comes to that country’s leadership, and if you can’t explain to Americans why we’re willing to protect Libyan resources and civilians but not Syria’s, Yemen’s, Bahrain’s, Egypt’s, Israel’s, etc., then there is no justification for U.S. human and fiscal resources to be spent.”

But Palin didn’t stop there.

“I know, I know, granted you will be even busier very soon,” Palin wrote. “After all, golf season kicks into high gear shortly. NBA and NHL brackets await. Summer vacations and that all-consuming campaign whistle stop tour will no doubt slam you. But I would ask, while the rest of us are also busy working, saving, planning ahead, fighting to protect our Constitution, and trying to keep up with where and why you’re spending our Department of Defense funds – I’d ask that you find time to tell Americans the truth about the state of our union and what you are doing to find solutions to our challenges. Please start with explaining Libya.”
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As published on Examiner.com

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