Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Gov. Palin Talks Foreign Policy, Energy in Naples, FL

"Sarah Palin visited Naples Wednesday, bringing her conservative message to a gathering of about 1,000 at the Ritz-Carlton as part of the Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speaker Series. / Special to"

Governor Palin tonight electrified the crowd of over 1,000 at the Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speaker Series with her speech on foreign policy and energy independence, Bob Rathberger, News-Press reported.

On Israel, Gov. Palin said, “The occupants of the White House do not have the concerns of Israel in their best interest." On Iran, she said, “We have tens of billions of barrels of oil warehoused underground in Alaska...But the president goes to Brazil. It's gone from ‘Drill, Baby, Drill' to ‘Drill, Brazil, Drill.’”

Gov. Palin said that the Obama administration squandered its opportunity to act on Iran. She said our policy on Libya is inconsistent and reiterated her concern expressed in India about China's military build-up which is offensive, not defensive in posture.

Gov. Palin described her foreign policy doctrine as: “If you're in it, win it. If there's doubt, get out.”

Gov. Palin also reiterated her concern about our skyrocketing national debt that she has expressed in many speeches and interviews. Gov. Palin said that the Democratic Party slogan of "Winning the Future" is more accurately described as "WTF."

Gov. Palin is still prayerfully considering whether she will run for President in 2012. She is scheduled to be on Greta Van Susteren's show at 2200 (10 PM) EDT tonight.

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