Thursday, December 23, 2010

Sarah Palin Commits Act Of Treason!

Last month, Sarah Palin blasted the Wikileaks release of countless once-secret cables, calling the acts "treasonous," but in a recent op-ed piece for USA Today, the Alaskan Claptrap, Sarah Palin, referenced the contents of the leaked documents to make yet another attack against the Obama administration.

Palin wrote the following for USA Today:
Iran continues to defy the international community in its drive to acquire nuclear weapons. Arab leaders in the region rightly fear a nuclear-armed Iran. We suspected this before, but now we know for sure because of leaked diplomatic cables. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia "frequently exhorted the U.S. to attack Iran to put an end to its nuclear weapons program," according to these communications. Officials from Jordan said the Iranian nuclear program should be stopped by any means necessary. Officials from the United Arab Emirates and Egypt saw Iran as evil, an "existential threat" and a sponsor of terrorism. If Iran isn't stopped from obtaining nuclear weapons, it could trigger a regional nuclear arms race in which these countries would seek their own nuclear weapons to protect themselves.
Does Palin not see the hypocrisy?

She utilized leaked, treasonous documents - even quoting them - for political gain.  Palin's hypocrisy still doesn't mask her stupidity - all Palin is good for is a bunch of questions or vague hypothetical solutions.
Much more can be done, such as banning insurance for shipments to Iran, banning all military sales to Iran, ending all trade credits, banning all financial dealings with Iranian banks, limiting Iran's access to international capital markets and banking services, closing air space and waters to Iran's national air and shipping lines, and, especially, ending Iran's ability to import refined petroleum.
How does Palin suggest we put a stop to all these actions?  I can give you one guess where this was heading...


  1. I know it is tough to ignore a loon at this time of the year, but MERRY CHRISTMAS, Kevin and to all your bloggers.

  2. How can I contact Kevin Kelley privately to request a correction of a factual error on the website?

  3. Always good to know that she's on top of her game.

    I have a 2 part article I will post which cover my recent travel experiences out of the country and it is interesting to note how much politics foreigners pay attention to US politics and what they think of Sarah Palin....and let me say its not far off from our own "Celebrity Entertainer" moniker.

  4. If you believe a correction is in order, you can always leave a comment on the specific post - the comment won't be published immediately because they are moderated, and if you do not wish to have it published, you can indicate so in the message.

    I always welcome input. I have been known to make mistakes in the past...

  5. Ho, Ho, Ho!
    Merry Christmas to all you cool cats and kute kittens!
    Ho, Ho, Ho!


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