Sarah Palin Says "WTF" About President Obama's Speech

Sarah Palin is under fire again, this time for the words she used when she responded to President Obama's State of the Union address. INSIDE EDITION has more.

"There were a lot of 'WTF' moments throughout that speech," Sarah Palin told FOX News's Greta Van Susteren.

Palin is once again igniting a firestorm with the language she used to criticize President Obama's State of the Union address.

Palin took aim at the running theme of Obama's speech, "Winning the Future," and shared her take on his message in interview with Van Susteren.

"His theme last night in the State of the Union was the 'WTF,' 'Winning the Future,' and I thought okay, that acronym is spot on. There were a lot of 'WTF' moments throughout that speech," Palin sniped.

Reaction to Palin's zinger was strong and swift.

"Sarah Palin has lost her mind," wrote one blogger.  

Another blasted her use of "vile, vulgar [...] childish profanity."  

But others applauded Palin: "Palin nails it again. It's the perfect acronym for Obama's SOTU," wrote one internet commenter.

And there's more reaction to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's off-centered rebuttal to the State of the Union on behalf of the Tea Party, during which she ignored the television networks' camera and spoke only to a camera controlled by the Tea Party.

Megan McCain, daughter of Senator John McCain, lashed out at the Minnesota conservative in an interview on MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell, who just took over for ousted liberal firebrand Keith Olbermann.

"Michele Bachmann, in my opinion, is no better than a poor man's Sarah Palin," said McCain. "It is one rogue woman who couldn't even look in the camera directly."

But O'Donnell demonstrated for viewers how a mishap like Bachmann's could easily occur.