Sarah Palin: Barack Obama Is Like A “Mob Boss” Who’s Trying To “Play God”
Over the weekend Sarah Palin: spoke: in Denver, Colorado at: the Western Conservative : Summit where she once again called for the impeachment of President Obama. During her speech she condemned the administration’s response to the overflowing of illegal immigrants pouring over the southern border and accused the president of ‘dereliction of duty’ and ‘violating his oath of office.’
‘If that’s not impeachable, then nothing is,’ she said to generous applause. ‘And if he’s not impeachable, no one is.’
‘No serious person can deny that team Obama has abused and violated the public trust and the Constitution,':
And in typical Palin form,: holding nothing back, she likened: this administration to an: organized: crime syndicate.
Obama, she said, can’t ‘feign ignorance of all of this, any more than a mob boss can claim innocence because, well, “he didn’t personally do the hit.” The buck stops with the guy at the top.’
Saying Obama has fashioned himself more as ‘a ruler, not a president,’ she brought some to their feet by declaring that American colonists ‘had a revolution in 1776 because we don’t do kings.’
And playing to an event sponsored by the evangelical Colorado Christian University, she charged that ‘it’s an affront to God to let this go on, because He gave us [our] freedoms..’
‘We’re not going to let someone, a person, a party, take them from us,’ she said. ‘We’re not going to dethrone God and substitute Him with someone who wants to play God.’
Whether or not you agree with her assessment of this administration, you have to admit, the woman is passionate and fearless.
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