Skip to comments.Target Alaska: Gov. Palin Pushes SDI
Posted on 06/01/2009 7:00:19 PM PDT by WhiteCastle
As Defense Secretary Gates tours our missile defense site at Fort Greely, Alaska, Gov. Sarah Palin calls for restoration of the missile defense cuts. Meanwhile, North Korea points another missile at the U.S. Robert Gates' visit to our missile defense facility at Fort Greely on Monday was a pointed reminder to the North Koreans that while we have been talking softly, we still have a few big sticks in the ground ready to turn the North Korean missile program into so much scrap metal.
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Sarah knows what will happen if North Korea launches a missile that can reach Alaska..Obama won’t do a damn thing about it and she knows it
If the Republicans weren’t so keen about finding “common ground” with Obama on immigration and health care reform (and bashing Rush), they’d recognize that there is a hanging curve ball, in the name of North Korea, waiting to be smashed out of the park.
If they could simply turn their focus on North Korea and just bash the Dems, they’d have a real shot at gaining some seats in Congress - especially if things get hot in that part of the world.
But I know, I ask too much.
Remember that Obama did NOT take an oath to defend the American people from harm but only to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.
Unfortunately for the Americans he lied about that as well and the American people are stuck with a double whammy, fear of foreign attack and distress from losing their liberty in the name of implementing the Obama radical socialist agenda.
“Obama should be impeached for gross negligence and dereliction of duty”
The collapse after Anchorage, Honolulu and Seattle are nuked will result in nationalized everything: Obama’s dream.
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