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Sarah Palin Blasts Obama: No Mr. President, a Soldier Expressing Horrid Anti-US Beliefs Is Not “Honorable Service” …Unless That Is Your Standard

Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, June 2, 2014, 6:08 PM


Sarah Palin blasted Barack Obama today for trading five hardened terrorists for one US deserter.
Breitbart.com reported:


On Monday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin slammed President Barack Obama for trading five high-level terrorists for an American prisoner of war who reportedly deserted his troops five years ago and caused at least six soldiers to die while searching for him.

“You blew it again, Barack Obama,” Palin said, slamming Obama for “negotiating away any leverage against the bad guys as these bad guys – Osama Bin Laden’s partners in evil crime – joyfully celebrate their ‘win’ in the deal you sealed.”

In a post titled, “Commander-in-Chief’s Definition of ‘Honorable Service’ Includes Anti-American Actions While in Uniform; He Just Destroyed Troop Morale,” Palin ripped National Security Adviser Susan Rice for saying on Sunday that Bowe Bergdahl had served with “honor and distinction.”

“No, Mr. President, a soldier expressing horrid anti-American beliefs – even boldly putting them in writing and [unabashedly firing off his messages] while in uniform, just three days before he left his unit on foot – is not ‘honorable service,’” Palin wrote .”Unless that is your standard.”

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/sarah-palin-blasts-obama-no-mr-president-a-soldier-expressing-horrid-anti-us-beliefs-is-not-honorable-service-unless-that-is-your-standard/
« Last Edit: June 03, 2014, 05:23:07 AM by rangerrebew »
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