President Barack Obama has been busy hobnobbing and entertaining big ticket donors across the country while "Rome burns," ignoring serious issues the administration should be focused on tackling, Sarah Palin said.
"After watching what's going on, does anyone else feel an urgency to take away the proverbial teenager's car keys to prevent the inevitable crash down the road? But maybe that's just the mama in me," wrote the former governor of Alaska in an opinion piece for Fox News.
"Maybe I really should give the busy guy a break because with all the screaming chaos around the globe, Obama's completely tone-deaf, disengaged, and unfocused actions perhaps can be explained."
Palin argues that the president has refused to tackle any of the big issues plaguing the country.
"The attention deficit that prohibits this administration from tackling even ONE serious problem, resolving even ONE impeachable scandal or self-made crisis, is probably due to having so much on the plate at once, including one heck of a high priority project currently underway… the White House Bowling Alley
The 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee chided Obama's other social visits, including his well-publicized game of pool, and also accuses him of "getting buzzed on suds."
"President Obama was in Texas… No time to visit the porous U.S. border but lots of time for more fancy talkin', photo-opin' and fundrasin'. No plugging holes this time down South," she wrote.
"Some of the above examples of frivolous, inefficient, über-partisan, distracting events that fill the president's busy days are not impeachable offenses. They're just, well, offensive."
Palin called for Obama's impeachment this week in a commentary on the Breitbart website
. She did so again in the Fox News article, saying Obama has engaged in "impeachable offenses."
"If senators aren't ballsy enough to use their power of the purse to stop this nonsense, then they must hand the baton to the House and support our representatives in impeachment proceedings," she wrote.
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