Sunday, August 18, 2013

Gov.Palin Calls Out The Obama Admin Over Its Egyptian Failure And Abandonment Of Christians There

Palin is fearless and shows up the sycophantic media in her quest for the truth and especially in her defence of Christians. At times like this I am especially proud to be a Palin supporter. Whether she runs for office or not having her as a voice for true conservatism and the Christian faith is an asset for America.

Egyptian Christians made the 3:00 a.m. call but nobody was at home in the Obama bedroom.

From Stacy Drake at Conservatvies4Palin


Gov. Palin Tells Todd Starnes ‘Hell is Breaking Loose and Obama’s Partying It Up’





All hell is breaking loose in Egypt and all President Obama is interested in doing is riding his bicycle and playing golf, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told me.
“It’s sad for America,” Palin said, calling the president’s handling of the crisis dithering. “Literally all hell seems to be breaking loose and President Obama is in Martha’s Vineyard having a gay old time, riding his bike, partying it up.”
Palin said it’s time for the president to pull all funding from Egypt until the violence stops.
“Until there is a crackdown on this atrocious violence, they should not be receiving aid or weaponry,” she said. “We are contributing to the deadly chaos that is going to lead to even more hell breaking loose.”
Palin said Obama’s handling of the crisis in Egypt has been appalling and she said it’s beyond time for him to exert authority and leadership.
“It’s sad for our allies and sad for anyone who believes that America can still exert some positive influence for good in this world without unnecessary intervention,” she said. “We can use a less than dithering message from our less than dithering president.”
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She also took issue with Obama announcement last week that the United States would not choose sides in the Egyptian conflict — even as Egyptian Christians are being targeted by Muslim extremists.
“Egyptian Christians are being slaughtered and we need to put pressure on our government to at least speak up for the faith-filled people on that country,” she told me.
You can read the entire piece here.