Moderate Sarah Palin urges non-intervention and caution in Syria

Former U.S. Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin encouraged moderation and caution with respect to U.S. intervention in Syria, and denounced U.S. President Barack Obama for heeding former President Bill Clinton, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other extremist voices urging military escalation. Palin also made a point of showing respect for Islam as a force for peace and reconciliation.

RIGHT: Sarah Palin challenges the extremists. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

Speaking on Syria and American foreign policy Saturday at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference, Palin said “Where is our commander in chief? We’re talking now more new interventions. I say until we know what we’re doing…let Allah sort it out.”

In other news, the Satanic Missionary Society Meteorological Service reports an alarming drop in temperature throughout Hell.

Author: Barb Weir

Barb Weir is the pseudonym of a writer and social justice advocate in the San Francisco Bay Area.