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Sarah Palin: ‘I Owe America a Global Apology Because John McCain Should Be Our President’

Appearing on Fox News’ Hannity, Sarah Palin issued a ‘global apology’ to America because her 2008 running mate, John McCain, “should be our president.”

Speaking with Sean Hannity about President Obama vowing to turn ISIS into a “manageable threat,” Palin said, “No, Barack, you manage your golf foursome perhaps, you don’t manage a threat like this, you destroy the threat.”

“To claim last night, also, our president saying ISIS is not Islamic, um, ISIS says they’re Islamic,” Palin said. “They are so full of deception that America should be concerned with the policies that are going on. And, as I watched the speech last night, Sean, the thought going through my mind is ‘I owe America a global apology.’ Because John McCain, through all of this, John McCain should be our president.”

“He had the advice, today, still giving it to Barack Obama, and he will not listen to it, about the residual forces that must be left behind in order to secure the peace in Iraq that we had fought so hard for,” she added.

Right, the troops we need to leave behind three years ago. Noted.

“The foundation in the region of their power, for it to be taken over by the bad guys, that could have been avoided had Barack Obama listened to the best military advice, and that was, ‘Barack, you have to leave that residual force in order to continue what it is we’re doing,” Palin continued. “We don’t have to have combat troops over there at that time, but that residual force in order to secure… but, no, and now here we are saying, uh, well, it’s going to take boots on the ground to win this thing, and yet, we’re not going to send boots on the ground? We’re going to contract this thing out when there is no mightier power than the red, white, and blue?”

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