Sarah Palin has been making news headlines again for all of the wrong reasons.
During a rally last week, Palin blamed Obama and the administration for her son's domestic violence arrest.
"My son, a combat veteran … was fighting for you all, America, in the war zone. My son, like so many others, came back a bit different, they come back hardened," she said
"They come back wondering if there is that respect for what it is that their fellow soldiers and airman and every other member of the military so sacrificially have given to this country," she added. "And that starts from the top."
"That comes from our own President," Palin said. "Where they have to look at him and wonder, 'Do you know what we go through? Do you know what we're trying to do to secure America?'"
Track, who according to court documents lives with his mother, allegedly punched his girlfriend in the eye, kicked her in the knee and then held an AR-15 assault rifle near his head, the 22-year-old woman told police who responded to the incident.
At one point, Track was "holding onto a gun, yelling 'do you think I'm a p---y?' and 'do you think I won't do it," according to the police report.
Palin’s words have already struck a chord with Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, a New York-based veterans group. “It’s not President Obama’s fault that Sarah Palin’s son has PTSD,” founder and CEO, Paul Rieckhff told NBC News. “PTSD is a very serious problem, a complicated mental health injury and I would be extremely reluctant to blame any one person in particular.”