Monday, March 28, 2011

The Right Scoop: Palin slams Obama doctrine as some post-American theory of intervention

The Right Scoop has the take on tonight's analysis of Obama's speech by Sarah Palin on Greta Van Susteren's On the Record.
Palin took it to Obama in analyzing his Libya speech tonight, saying that the speech was ‘profoundly disappointing’ and that the Obama doctrine is still full of ‘chaos and questions’, and is ‘dodgy’ and ‘dubious’. She makes it very clear that U.S. interests should be to take Qaddafi out or to capture him and goes on to say this:

He did not make the case for this intervention. U.S. interests have got to be met if we are going to intervene. And U.S. interests can’t just mean validating some kind of post-American theory of intervention wherein we wait for the Arab League and the United Nations to tell us ‘thumbs up America, you can go now, you can act’, and then we get in the back of the bus and we wait for NATO, we wait for the French to lead us. That’s not inspirational.
Now that’s the strength of Sarah Palin that we all fell in love with in 2008! And there’s much more.
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