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A story is told of a merciful captain of a ship:

When a passing ship shot at the captain’s ship, the captain showed mercy on the opposing crew and warned them not to shoot again. The passing ship shot at him again, but the kind captain did not retaliate. His “mercy” ended up bringing destruction not only upon himself, but all those on his ship, for by allowing the enemy to attack him twice, the passing ship shot a third time and killed them all.

As the deceptive battle continues on between Obama and Romney, one of the establishment fraternizers, Marco Rubio (whose background, like Obama’s, has been highly suspicious), stands up at the RNC and says, “Our problem with President Obama isn’t that he’s a bad person. By all accounts, he too is a good husband and a good father and, thanks to lots of practice, a good golfer. Our problem is that he’s a bad president.”

Why is it when the American people see foreign dictators destroy their countries and assault their people, we are outraged? We see dictators kill their own people by the thousands, assaulting their citizens’ livelihood by dictating from a law unto themselves, as they use their own military as the expendables for advancing their political agendas. They lie, they steal, and they kill.

This sounds all too familiar.

Knowing the unlawful deeds of the Obama administration, whose own campaign slogan is “Forward” (which originates from historical communism), why then are the American people not outraged when they hear the type of rhetoric Rubio gave about President Obama, as if to say he is not as guilty as other dictators who commit the same crimes?

By the looks of the best that the establishment has to offer, it seems only to encourage those who are out to destroy America.

Rubio then went on to say his opposition to Obama is not personal. If you are truly an American, it is totally personal.

Three thousand seven hundred babies a day are aborted in America. Since President Obama’s time in office, over 4 million babies have been slaughtered in the womb.

Americans are outraged by Hitler’s holocaust that killed 6 million Jews, Polish and other innocent civilians, yet the past eight presidents are responsible for 55 million babies who have been killed on American soil (Proverbs 6:17).

It doesn’t stop there. The DNC, at its convention this week, is attempting to mandate through totalitarian means taxpayer-funded abortion. In essence, the American people will become forced accomplices to murder.

And the establishment minions have the audacity to say that Obama is just a “bad president”?

Where is the outrage, America? Is this not personal?

Day by day, we hear of another American soldier killed in Afghanistan. Bob Woodward, in his book “The Final Days,” quoted Henry Kissinger’s shameful statement, “Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy.” Kissinger is the man who sits next to Obama while telling us that he is pushing for a New World Order. Our soldiers died fighting against the ideology America is tolerating through the Obama administration.

As our military men swear an oath and lay down their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies (both foreign and domestic), the establishment uses them for their own political games.

Where is the outrage, America? Is this not personal?

How many shots does this administration need to take at you and your country before you realize his intention is to sink your ship?

Our forefathers told us to study the past so that history does not repeat itself. This video exemplifies a nation that did not listen to the beginning warning signs of tyranny, and here are the devastating results:

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