Palin rips Obama, equates America to a ‘battered wife’

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Sarah Palin has lots of questions and one demand: Impeach President Barack Obama.

In an op-ed published Tuesday on Brietbart, Palin lashed out at Obama for how he’s handled the border crisis, saying it’s “the last straw that makes the battered wife say, ‘no mas.’ “

She accused Obama of intentionally allowing immigrants to enter the United States, a view shared by 46 percent of Americans, according to a recent poll. Palin said this has killed job opportunities here.

In the blistering op-ed, Palin accuses Obama of intentionally allowing immigrants into the United States, hampering American job opportunities.

She asks “Who’s looking out for the American workers? Who has their backs? Who fights for them?”

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Palin goes on to defend average workers.

“Have faith that average American workers – native-born and wonderful legal immigrants of all races, backgrounds, and political parties –do carebecause we’re the ones getting screwed as we’re forced to follow all our government’s rules while others are not required to do so.”

She then circles back to Obama and the idea that he doesn’t follow the law.

“President Obama’s rewarding of lawlessness, including his own, is the foundational problem here,” Palin wrote. “It’s time to impeach; and on behalf of American workers and legal immigrants of all backgrounds, we should vehemently oppose any politician on the left or right who would hesitate in voting for articles of impeachment.

“The many impeachable offenses of Barack Obama can no longer be ignored. If after all this he’s not impeachable, then no one is.”

On Tuesday, when Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was asked about his former running mate’s statements, McCain said he respects everyone’s opinion.

“Honestly, I’d have to read her rationale for it before I can make a judgment,” McCain said, according to Talking Points Memo. “But am I proposing that the President be impeached? No.”

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