Palin: Obama could win votes by playing 'war card'

February 7, 2010 18:09


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Sarah Palin on Sunday said that if US President Barack Obama "played the war card," declaring war on Iran or showing stronger support in Israel, he could improve his chances of being re-elected.

Palin said such moves might convince voters that Obama is tougher than they think on national security and doing all he can to protect the US

Otherwise, according to Palin, Obama will not be re-elected if he continues on his current path.

Palin was interviewed on "Fox News Sunday" — the cable television network where the former Republican vice presidential nominee is a paid commentator.

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