Sarah Palin: Forget Syria, it’s time to bomb Obamacare

Sarah-Palin-360398-1-402On Monday, Sarah Palin issued a tweet suggesting that the debate over a military strike against Syria is a distraction, and advised Congress to “bomb Obamacare.”

“Enough of this foreign fiasco distraction. Get back to work. It is time to bomb Obamacare,” she tweeted.

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“Of course Sarah Palin will be slammed for once again resorting to ‘violent rhetoric,’ so it’s worth noting the obvious fact: the Tomahawk cruise missiles to be used in that “foreign fiasco” are real, and it’s not Palin setting the coordinates,” Twitchy said.

Palin also linked to a new SarahPAC video tackling the issue of death panels, which as it turns out, was true.

(Editor’s note:  On the right-hand side of this page is a graphic that, when clicked, will take you to a site where you can tell your Congresscritters to defund Obamacare.  Do it — right now — as time is growing short.)

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