Sarah Palin Shreds Barack “the Community Organizer” Obama on his Vast Nuclear Experience


When will Barack Obama ever learn …

Sarah Palin fired back at President Barack Obama’s criticism of her nuclear experience during her speech at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference. The novice and thin skinned President fell for her bait, hook, line and sinker.

Palin went on to say regarding Obama’s nuclear strategy … “with all the vast nuclear experience he acquired as a community organizer, a part time Senator and a full time candidate, all that experience and still no accomplishment to date with North Korea and Iran.”

Dear Mr. Presient here’s the thing … a majority of Americans feel the same as Sarah Palin.

Sarah Palin owned The One. Obama cannot compete with the common sense Conservative approach that Palin is espousing. John Q. Public may not be experienced in nuclear technology either; however, they know that limiting the US nuclear arsenal and phony paper treaties pale in comparison to the nuclear threats from Iran and North Korea.

Obama’s response to Palin is a losing battle in more ways than one.  Why, because when Obama criticized Palin, he not only did not defend his change in nuclear strategy but instead just attacked the criticism … Obama also attacked a majority of the American people who completely disagree that the nuclear threat should be taken off the table. 55% of the American voters oppose Obama on limits of nuclear force. Only 25% agreed with Obama’s pacifist and telegraphed approach of telling our enemies what we would and would not respond with nuclear force.

Palin also went on to question Obama’s policies on the WH’s treatment of Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Israel, our closest ally in the Middle East. Israel’s Netanyahu will now be skipping Obama’s nuclear summit.  Obama has the same effect in uniting allies as he does Republicans.  As reorted in the UK Telegraph, Poison swirls around Hamid Karzai and Barack Obama. That’s ok Karzi, many in the US do not know what to make of Obama either.

The Afghan president fears an apparent media campaign to discredit him is a prelude to America abandoning his country

From the start Karzai has not known what to make of Obama but he believes the US president did not want him to win re-election last August. He reacted to a recent White House snub by inviting to Kabul President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran, who gave a fiery anti-American speech.

Karzai has seen himself described as “mad” and “paranoid” in the US media, which have also carried reports that America wants to put his brother Ahmed Wali Karzai, an alleged drug dealer, on a death list.

However, as Newt Gingrich stated, Obama is the most radical President in the history of the United States.

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  • Comments

    39 Responses to “Sarah Palin Shreds Barack “the Community Organizer” Obama on his Vast Nuclear Experience”

    1. nurturer on April 11th, 2010 9:48 am

      When it comes to Obama’s national and international experience “Shreddable’ is the ideal word.

    2. Scared Monkeys on April 11th, 2010 11:20 am

      Unless bowing is considered International experience, Obama has ZERO.

    3. Scared Monkeys on April 11th, 2010 11:24 am

      The problem that Obama has when it comes to him making these stupid responses to Palin

      1. The overwhelming majority of people side with Palin on the nuclear response issue.
      2. He did not defend his position, he criticized some one else’s.
      3. Obama is all wet if he thinks he can question anyone’s experience as he is void on experience and has shown it as President.

      He is too thin skinned to be President. What would this clown have done if he received the daily scrutiny from the MSM like GWB did criticizing every policy, war move, etc.

      Obama would have cried.

    4. dawg1948 on April 11th, 2010 12:21 pm

      This guy is a CLOWN, not a President. He is so Damn dangerous to our safety and that of the world it is mind boggling. Vote the fool out, send him home. Save our Republic and protect our Constitution.

    5. NewGirlBoston on April 11th, 2010 12:36 pm

      #3—Exactly—Obama’s own ego gets in the way and is 100% revealing when he trades remarks like this in public. He cannot stand it when someone calls him out on his obvious flaws and lack of ANYTHING—-in this particular area his experience on nuclear arms or Foreign experience in general.

      He has none and he continues to posture himself and look like an egotistical, childish Imp when he attempts to come across to the American people that he knows what he is doing when it comes to this. He has zero credibility in this area. When Obama tries to imply that he does have nuclear arms experience or any deep knowledge of how to deal with it…& then becomes insulted when Palin keeps pointing the opposite–he is not endearing himself to the people of this Country any more than he currently has. As Obama’s overall approval rating sinks even further—why does he continue to sink his own ship even faster??

      Even if people do not like Sarah Palin- there is no denying that what she is calling out our President on is 100% factual.

      Go, Sarah!!!!!!!

    6. Dolf on April 11th, 2010 4:40 pm

      Sarah Palin critizing Obama on lacl of foreign xp.

      how much does she has?

    7. Scared Monkeys on April 11th, 2010 5:06 pm


      Sarah Palin is a private citizen and is allowed to criticize and critique the President. That is her God given right as a US citizen.

      You miss the point.

      A defense of no experience as a President cannot be, of yeah, what about you?

      This was the BS during the election where the liberal MSM kept harping on the fact that Palin had little experience, yet she was on the ticket as the VP.

      Never did they question the wet behind the ears, novice Obama. As we look at the disaster that he is, I guess the MSM really dropped the ball and did a disservice to We the People.

      Obama is the President, not Palin.

      Obama is a joke, naive and dangerous.

      That’s the bottom line.


    8. Babybear on April 11th, 2010 6:42 pm

      Sarah Palin was right. Obama has no experience in nuclear tactics or defense. The only thing he seems to know is how to wave a big white flag over the US. And he does it daily. Either he is anti-American or he is dumb. I suspect both.

    9. nurturer on April 11th, 2010 6:51 pm

      #6 – And his very reaction to the comments of a citizen being so negative, demonstrates his lack of maturity, not only as a “leader”, but as a person.

      His best reaction should have been to ignore Palin, because ‘presumably’, HE HAS BETTER THINGS TO DO.

      But, because he is narcissistic, we know the rest!

    10. Scared Monkeys on April 11th, 2010 7:40 pm

      I wonder if Obama considers Democrats losing control of the House, Senate and Governorships in November a mandate by, of and for the people?

      He is not only a rank amateur, he is a liberal pacifist who has no problem seeing the US not be considered a super power.

      I only hope we can undo the damage that this mad and his fellow liberal progressives have created.


    11. NancyK9 on April 11th, 2010 9:10 pm

      Let’s see….Liberal….Liberty, not a bad thing – are not we in the land of Liberty – I think we are….progressives….progress…don’t we like progress…getting promoted..moving forwqrd making more money. Progress or regress….going backwards is good..? We still have enough nukes to destroy God’s earth. Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God. Matthew 5:3-10

    12. nurturer on April 11th, 2010 9:43 pm

      #11 – Grow up.

    13. Wisconsin Resident on April 12th, 2010 1:05 am

      You know, this bit about 55% of Americans and what they believe had me wondering; what were they actually asked? So I checked and found this poll question:

      4* If a non-nuclear country attacks the United States with chemical or biological weapons should U.S. policy prohibit the use of nuclear weapons in response?
      25% Yes
      55% No
      20% Not sure

      Hmmm; interesting. Does US policy prohibit the use of nuclear weapons in response to a non-nuclear country which attacks the United States with chemical or biological weapons?

      If this is not true, then the question is purely hypothetical; what then is the true relevance of any public opinion in the current context? Is this all just a “so what” scenario?

      Then there is the comment “the overwhelming majority of people side with Palin on the nuclear response issue” (presumably Americans). I’ve yet to see the policy piece from Palin that provides a serious statement to compare to the Obama policy. In all fairness, I think the relevant comparison to be made is policy vs. policy, not policy vs. glib talking point.


      p.s. What exactly is an overwhelming majority?
      SM: Your Kool-aid response is trumped by Gates and Clinton on Face the Nation this Sunday …

      Today, the Obama Administration retreated from their previous nuclear plan.
      Hillary Clinton told CBS that “all bets are off” when it comes to biological weapons.

      Wrong again … Obama already in full retreat because of his ignorant, foolish and naive comments. Think The One would not have his minions out there back peddling if a majority of the American people were not outraged by his limits of nuclear response?

      Try and be some what honest when you are making a point, other wise you lose all credibility.


    14. Dolf on April 12th, 2010 3:45 am

      @11: His best reaction should have been to ignore Palin, because ‘presumably’, HE HAS BETTER THINGS TO DO.

      would have been my respons to hear, but if he had did that he would still be flamed here.
      SM: Dolf, we agree. He should have ignored her comments, but he is too small, too thin skinned and to naive.

      He is not a President, he is not Presidential … Obama is a made for TV movie campaigner.

      The fact that he could become so distracted and off message by a simple comment from Palin is troublesome. It provides great insight of the man and his character.

      I had some issues with GWB; however, you never saw him go after the media even when they were unfairly going after him.

      It speaks volumes.

    15. super dave on April 12th, 2010 7:20 am

      obama ignores Sarah because he knows he is
      beaten at every turn and fears a woman with
      the power that Sarah has. after all ,he is a muslim .

    16. Wisconsin Resident on April 12th, 2010 7:44 am

      For the record, here is a portion of the transcript where Palin is mentioned:

      STEPHANOPOULOS: I want to get to some of those broader issues. Because you’re also facing criticism on that. Sarah Palin, taking aim at your decision to restrict the use of nuclear weapons. Your pledge not to strike nations, non-nuclear nations, who abide by the nonproliferation treaty. Here’s what she said. She said, “It’s unbelievable, no other administration would do it.” And then she likened it to kids on the playground. She said you’re like a kid who says, “Punch me in the face, and I’m not going to retaliate.” Your response?

      OBAMA: I really have no response. Because last I checked, Sarah Palin’s not much of an expert on nuclear issues.

      Now, I’d like to hear anyone offer a plausible answer from Obama that would not have your collective heads spinning. I’m sure its possible, but it would be good to get some suggestions.

      Also, if criticism is: “is the action of expressing disapproval of something or someone”, then was Obama criticizing Palin, or merely giving an accurate assessment?

      If I may be bold, getting all worked up over his comments seems a bit thin skinned to me, especially if there is no rebuttal as to the veracity of what was said.

    17. Wisconsin Resident on April 12th, 2010 7:51 am

      SM (#13),

      I fail to find a connection to your “trumped” reference in my post. Exactly where do I take any position on this topic to be able to be “trumped”?

      Do you believe that my asking questions is taking a position?


    18. Brenda in Virginia on April 12th, 2010 8:03 am


      rented clown suit? ;)

    19. Dolf on April 12th, 2010 10:22 am

      Red, GWB didn’t have to, he had Karl Rove and Dick Cheney.

    20. NewGirlBoston on April 12th, 2010 10:45 am

      #11—I don’t care what anyone’s personal religion is, we have a right to worship whatever we chose to believe in. And, 100% … I believe in God as the devine Creator of Heaven and Earth.

      With that being said, I am SICK TO DEATH of people quoting me passages from the bible when it comes to this topic. Sure, we all want to leave and go forth as peacemakers on this planet—but how in the hell is anyone with any common sense going to sit here and tell me that I should let our enemies build their arsenaul with nuclear weapons, break every nukes or peace treaty ever agreed upon or ignore them—and, we as a Nation, should sit here unarmed or not challenge those that threaten others?

      This has NOTHING to do with GOD! This has to do with SURVIVAL. Don’t quite me the bible or examples about Hiroshima or ANYTHING! I want to hear COMMON SENSE ARGUEMENTS. Common sense tells me that this whole planet is in severe trouble should any type of a nuclear war begin—so what is the difference??? Please, when it comes to nukes—don’t try and blow sunshine, peace and happiness up my butt while we are are whistling Kumbaya, either—that is not reality!!!!!!!

    21. Wisconsin Resident on April 12th, 2010 10:50 am

      SM (#14),

      Are you saying that Palin was part of the media when she gave these comments? If so, what part would that be?

      As I see it, when she was giving her speech at SRLC she was a playing the role of a partisan hack, giving her personal opinions.


    22. Michelle Smith on April 12th, 2010 1:59 pm

      Well crap! I had a long comment typed out and it went poof. I really don’t have the time to start over but basically I’m in agreement with #20.

      I believe in God and I believe what the Bible is God’s word.

      I also know what the Bible says about there will always be war & conflict as long as we live on this Earth.

      It would be stupid to think we will ever live in a peaceful world.

    23. Wisconsin Resident on April 12th, 2010 2:30 pm

      #20- So I guess if God is “the devine (sic) Creator of Heaven and Earth”, might the users of nuclear weapons be the destroyers of the Earth?

      If nuclear weapons, or their components are of the earth, did God have a hand in creating them?

      If humans are a creation of God, what role does he play in human actions? If humans are flawed and take destructive actions, does that reflect back on God, their creator?

      Would usage of nuclear weapons be against God’s will, plan, or wishes?

      Would God find mass nuclear destruction of his creation acceptable?

      Would destroying God’s creation make humans more powerful than God?

      Isn’t it part of Christian belief that God calls the dead home, for he works in mysterious ways?

      Does God want us, more specifically you, to survive?

      Is belief in God common sense?

      Under Christian beliefs, is “sit here unarmed or not challenge those that threaten others” a form of turning the other cheek?

      Is God like The Matrix, in that we are not meant to survive? Do we exist only in our own loop of time that is restarted and repeated for different beings? Has all this happened before?

      Isn’t God fascinating?


    24. Dolf on April 12th, 2010 4:30 pm

      isn’t God…JWH and Allah?

    25. Michelle Smith on April 12th, 2010 4:53 pm

      Correction in #22 That should say I believe that the Bible is God’s word.

    26. Michelle Smith on April 12th, 2010 4:55 pm

      How the heck did this turn into a Religious Debate? I thought we were discussing Obama’s vast experience in nuclear weapons?

    27. Michelle on April 12th, 2010 7:54 pm

      #24 I believe Allah is the Islamic/Muslim God. Christians don’t pray to Allah, they pray to the Christian God/Jesus. Egyptians believed in several different Gods. God means different things to different religions and everyone thinks their religion is the correct one and all the others are wrong. There should be more tolerance for different religions. Everyone can believe in whatever God they choose. In the end, we will all know the truth.

    28. NewGirlBoston on April 12th, 2010 8:28 pm

      #26-Yes, Michelle we were and that was kind of my fault.

      But, because people like you and I—who are GOD BELIEVING AND FEARING speak our minds and stand up the the liberal bleeding heart extreme left winger love peace happiness kool aide kumbaya bunch—we, or in this case, I most specifically must now also be subjected to figuring out some of the greatest & deepest questions about life and death on this planet?

      Phhoey! Let’s see how poorly Obama does in this treaty and how he once again comes out looking like he would rather coddle all of our enemies and embrace their aggression towards the US.

      But #23—-since I know that Jesus died for us and all of the the Sins of mankind, I am not really worried about my survival or the survival of others who wish harm and destruction upon me, my family, my Country and the US population in general—-Thanks

    29. Michelle on April 12th, 2010 9:19 pm

      #28 It was actually brought up by #11 and you simply responded. I just didn’t want the comments to stray to far from the topic of discussion.

      God is in control and there is no reason to consume yourself into trying to explain God’s plan to those who wish to question everything that Christianity believes. No one has all the answers and no one can predict what will take place on this planet in the future. The bible tells us everything we need to know in order to live our lives according to God’s will.

      Those who mock the bible and God will have to answer to God in the end. Let them think what they want. You & I know who prevails in the end. :)

    30. Dolf on April 13th, 2010 5:05 am

      k, we do not know Jesus died for our sins, we BELIEVE he did.
      Furthermore the bible is a book a history book.

      we all know what happens when you tell a story to some1 and he tells it to another ect ect.

      and it has been written by men, otherwise the women would have had more to say

      and ofcourse the Roman Catholic Church then twisted it to serve their own needs

      Jesus is a bigshot in the Islam

    31. NewGirlBoston on April 13th, 2010 8:14 am

      #30- Dolf- Respectfully, shut up. Don’t get me going with the Roman Catholic Church. Thanks

      #29- Michelle—you are absolutely correct again. And we do know who prevails. You are right—I just responded bc people who try to quote the bible and use religion when the topic of War comes up are fear mongers, IMO when it comes to a topic like this.

      I don’t need anyone lecturing us on it and it annoys me when they do in instances like these. Thanks for covering me. Why can’t everyone have as much common sense as you? Geeeeeeez

    32. Michelle Smith on April 13th, 2010 10:07 am

      #30 Here’s my thoughts on that. Either you believe the Bible is the word of God or you don’t. That’s entirely up to you. Personally, I do as do many other Christians. If a person does believe the Bible as the word of God then they must also believe all of it and not just the parts they choose.

      Is it possible that during the many different translations that things were left out or inserted or just misinterpreted? Yes of course but it doesn’t change the fact that the stories are true. I’m not a Bible Scholar so I cannot explain or answer all the questions one may have. I have my faith & my bible and that’s enough for me.

      Every religion has it’s own “Bible” so to speak and every believer of that religion feels theirs is the correct one.

      In the end,we will know the truth.

    33. Dolf on April 14th, 2010 2:55 am

      @31, please do get going on the RCC, I think its 1 of the most hypocrite institutions of the world.

      the 1 thing I believe from the bible and from what I try to live my life are the 10 commandments.

    34. Wisconsin Resident on April 14th, 2010 5:05 pm


      “God is in control and there is no reason to consume yourself into trying to explain God’s plan”

      Since you believe this, I wonder why you bother to comment here. What difference do your comments make?

      Earlier, in #26 you said “I thought we were discussing Obama’s vast experience in nuclear weapons?”.

      Again, based on #29; Obama, and what he does, is due to God’s plan (no reason to consume yourself).

      I totally believe that you are sincere in stating your beliefs. 100%. However, I would ask you: are you as sincere in acting as if you are following your stated beliefs?

      If you feel these are getting off-topic, then I would ask why you mentioned them in the first place.


    35. Wisconsin Resident on April 14th, 2010 5:13 pm

      #28 – so here you state: “I am not really worried about my survival.”

      Yet in #20 you said: “This has NOTHING to do with GOD! This has to do with SURVIVAL.”

      What are we to make of such posts that are almost exact opposites in their message? What other parts of your posts are as unreliable or inaccurate?


    36. Wisconsin Resident on April 14th, 2010 5:25 pm

      #30 – you make an interesting point about the bible and man (humans). Can anyone explain how the bible came into existence without at least one human as directly involved in that event (or process)?

      If there was at lease one human involved, does it fall to us to rely on the human(s) word that the bible is the word of god?


    37. Dolf on April 15th, 2010 2:32 am

      and we all know how trustworthy we humans are when given a chance to further ourself

      usualy when ppl say to me: it is gods will or god has spoken; i Ask, why did he call, mail or text you to tell you that he wants that

    38. Michelle Smith on April 15th, 2010 9:27 am

      #37 It sounds to me like you don’t believe in God or his word. I feel sorry for your soul. If you did believe then you would not be making jokes about his will or the fact that God does speak to people.

    39. Dolf on April 16th, 2010 5:23 am

      don’t feel sorry for my soul, i’ll be safe.
      i am trying to live my life accoording to the christian believes.

      we are all god and devil, its up to us who comes out.

      and all the religious leaders are trying to explain it in their own favour.

      islamic extremists do (Islam is not a violent religion)
      catholics do

      give a nutjob an religion and he/she will have a party.

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