Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska who resigned from that job eight months after she lost her vice presidential bid in 2008, has never really left the public spotlight and is still considered a strong spokesperson for the ultra-conservative right in the United State – and continued with her public outspokenness on the day that President Barack Obama delivered his message on Syria to the nation and the world, according to a Wednesday report from UPI.
According to Palin, via her Facebook account, the United States should forget about Syria and bomb Obamacare. Using her typical flare for the English language to make her views known and stick with her public, Palin posted a video of her opinions on the Syrian conflict with the United States’ pending involvement and Obamacare – which is still not wanted by more polled-Americans than is wanted by Americans who have been surveyed on the topic.
She opened her slam on Obamacare and United States’ potential involvement in the Syria conflict by saying that there has been enough of this foreign fiasco distraction. She continued by saying that we need to get back to work because it’s time to bomb Obamacare.
Palin is right on the mark regarding attention being drawn from Obamacare with the daily headlines about Syria for the past several weeks. There has been little reporting on the Obamacare issues – as there was previously – since the Syria conflict has taken over and monopolized the headlines.