Frothing-at-the-mouth lefty alert.

(The Hill)Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) is calling President Obama’s “Win the Future” State of the Union address a “WTF speech” — referring to a different phrase.

On Fox News and on her Facebook page, the would-be GOP 2012 contender criticized Obama’s Tuesday address, saying the WTF acronym “seemed more accurate than much of the content.” Palin criticized what the president said about energy, tax policy and investment.

“That was another WTF moment,” Palin told Fox News on Wednesday night.

In a Facebook message posted early Thursday, Palin slammed the president’s address for advocating what she called inefficiently large government. She challenged Obama’s promise that a planned high-speed rail system and new solar energy research initiatives would help the economy.

“These ‘investments,’ as the President calls them, include everything from solar shingles to high speed trains.” Palin wrote. “As we struggle to service our unsustainable debt, the only thing these ‘investments’ will get us is a bullet train to bankruptcy.”

Update: Heres’ the video.

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