Sarah Palin Hits President Obama Below the Belt
Sarah Palin stirs up controversy with her remark about President Obama's manhood regarding Arizona's recent immigration law. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
It started out as your basic Sarah Palin rant against the President's policies on Fox News Sunday. Then suddenly, she hit him below the belt!
Palin said, "President Obama has been trying to deceive the public. Jan Brewer has the cojones that our President does not have to look out for all Americans, not just Arizonans, but all Americans, in this desire of ours to secure our borders."
Ouch! The one-time Vice-Presidential candidate was referring to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's controversial immigration law that would allow cops to detain people they suspect are illegal aliens.
"If our own President won't enforce a federal law, more power to Jan Brewer," said Palin.
Author Shushanna Walshe wrote a book about Sarah Palin and said, "This language that she's chosen is completely unusual. It's very Sarah Palin, to pull no punches."
If President Obama was upset by Palin's bombshell remark, he didn't show it. That same day, he took daughter Sasha to a WNBA game in Washington.
Obama did not refer to the "cojones" crack on Monday, but he did talk about the toll the job is taking on him as his birthday approaches.
"It is true, I'll be 49 this week. I have a lot more gray hair than last year," said President Obama.
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