Sarah Palin And Obama Ad

March 13, 2012 by staff 

Sarah Palin And Obama Ad, Sarah Palin is charging that President Barack Obama’s just-released campaign commercial is an “absurd new attack ad” in which her comments have been heavily edited and taken out of context.

“The far Left continues to believe American voters are not smart enough to grasp the diversionary tactics it employs to distract us from the issues our President just doesn’t want to talk about – issues that affect us all every day and must be addressed,” Palin wrote on her Facebook page late Monday. “Exhibit A in these diversionary tactics is an absurd new attack ad President Obama has released taking my comments out of context.”

In the one-minute spot Palin is referring to, she is shown in a Fox News interview with Sean Hannity saying, “Barack Obama has never been … seen in the conventional, traditional way of we who would describe a man of valor.”

In the edited clip, Palin goes on to accuse the president of harboring a “philosophy of radicalism” and of wanting to bring the country back to “days before the Civil War … before those days when we were in different classes, based on income, based on color of skin.”

The text of the ad calls Palin’s comments “wrong and dangerous” before asking viewers to donate to Obama’s “two term fund.”

Palin said Monday on her Facebook page, “I’m not running for any office, but I’m more than happy to accept the dubious honor of being Barack Obama’s ‘enemy of the week’ if that includes the opportunity to debate him on the issues Americans are actually concerned about.”

The new “heavily edited” ad is “quite odd,” the former Alaska governor continued.

“It shows that our President sure seems fearful of discussing the economy, energy prices, and all the other problems people need addressed,” she said.

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