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CBS Poll: American People Overwhelmingly Believe That Sarah Palin Has A Better Handle On Nuclear Policy Than Barack Obama

April 11, 2010

A couple of days ago, a typically-arrogant and demagogic Barack Obama had this to say about Sarah Palin and nuclear policy:

“I really have no response to that. The last I checked, Sarah Palin is not much of an expert on nuclear issues,” he said.

I guess what you meant to say was, “I really have no intelligent response to that,” given the asinine response you blathered immediately after saying you had no response.

I mean, who said YOU were an expert on nuclear issues, you arrogant turd?  Did you become a nuclear expert when you were a community organizer, or was it when you were teaching Saul Alinsky tactics at ACORN gatherings?

It certainly didn’t come during the 143 days you served in the U.S. Senate before you decided you were ready to be the president.

In a humorously-titled article, “Obama plays dog to Sarah Palin’s Pavlov,” we got the explanation as to why Obama would have responded to Sarah Palin’s jab in such a frankly idiotic manner: “Sarah Palin is living in Obama’s head, rent free.”

Apparently, the American people have decided that the last time they checked, Sarah Palin is more of an expert on nuclear issues than Obama will ever be.

A screenshot from CBS right after I took the poll (and you KNOW I picked Sarah):

Again, that’s 57% of Americans who believe Sarah Palin has a better handle on nuclear policy, versus only 32% who believe Obama does.

Maybe Americans read the New York Times article on Obama’s new nuclear policy and realized how completely insane and idiotic it is:

Mr. Obama’s strategy is a sharp shift from those of his predecessors and seeks to revamp the nation’s nuclear posture for a new age in which rogue states and terrorist organizations are greater threats than traditional powers like Russia and China.

It eliminates much of the ambiguity that has deliberately existed in American nuclear policy since the opening days of the cold war. For the first time, the United States is explicitly committing not to use nuclear weapons against nonnuclear states that are in compliance with the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, even if they attacked the United States with biological or chemical weapons or launched a crippling cyberattack.

Which is why Sarah Palin delivered her criticism of Obama’s asinine nuclear policy which led to Obama’s asinine response (or was it an asinine non-response?):

“It’s unbelievable, Unbelievable. No administration in America’s history would, I think, ever have considered such a step that we just found out President Obama is supporting today. You know, that’s kind of like getting out there on the playground — a bunch of kids ready to fight, and one of the kids saying, ‘Go ahead, punch me in the face, and I’m not going to retaliate. Go ahead and do what you want with me.’ No, it’s unacceptable. This is another thing that the American public — the more they find out what is a part of his agenda — they’re going to rise up and they’re going to say, ‘No more!’ National defense, national security is the number one job of the federal government.”

Or maybe they just finally realize that Barack Obama is a far-leftist Saul-Alinsky-trained Marxist radical who deserves absolutely no confidence whatsoever.

It could also just be that Sarah Palin has just kept looking smarter and smarter after your tenure as the failure-in-chief.  You’ve repeatedly tried to demagogue Sarah Palin as some sort of stupid and crazed ninny, Barry Hussein.  And it definitely hurt her image in the short term.  But now the American people think she has more wisdom and more common sense than they think you’ve got on the most fundamental issue a president can be evaluated on.  What have you got to say about that?