I believe all thinking Americans know that Barack Obama is not qualified to be the president due to his not being a natural born citizen.
Why then is it that all the lawsuits attempting to get his name removed from the ballot have been dismissed? I know he weaseled his way through the system for the last election, but I can see no excuse as to why we are not able to boot him off the ballot on the above grounds for this election.
President Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton made a video denouncing the video that never caused the riots in devout Muslim countries.
Will Hussein and Hillary be making a video denouncing the American “artists” who display their works in tax-exempt museums showing Christ (Jesus) in urine and Mary, the mother of God, with elephant scat on her? As a Christian in a country that is still technically Christian, I am offended.
If you call yourself a Christian and do not speak up, then the donkey – not the elephant – dropped a big one on you.
Did your stupid primary change anything?
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It is quite clear to me that most Americans are attempting to escape the unpleasantness of reality by ignoring the obvious problem at hand. That problem is the steadily growing lack of fiscal and moral responsibility that is exemplified by our current president and those who are on his side.
Many people I know are avoiding the obvious by arguing that the current president and his administration have done a partially good job and will complete what has been started in his next administration. That argument also includes snide swipes at Mitt Romney, saying he is an uncaring, rich guy. Some Americans accept this point of view without q ... continue reading »
Your article on neutering DoD’s war fighting was informative as I was not aware of what had happened to the instructor. However, even though Islam is a problem for our country, your article only enrages the uninformed.
The reality of the situation is that so few people, especially Americans, know anything about Islam, and they are inclined to think the worst about it. There are 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, and only about 20 percent of them tolerate the radical views, and only about 5 percent would support those radical views. Thus there are literally ove ... continue reading »
When someone expresses remorse and apologizes for his behavior, we’re inclined to be moved and mitigate our response. In the courts, judges and juries would tend to lessen the sentence if the perpetrator says he’s sorry for his actions. However, when President Obama and Hillary Clinton apologize to Muslims for a video made by a private citizen, two things happen: One, Americans get angry at our government for apologizing for freedom of speech, a cherished right. Two, the Muslims take the apology as an admittance that we’re guilty as hell. In the Middle East, one only apologizes when they’re truly guilty.
I came across an article on cnsnews.com the other day quoting Mr. Obama at a campaign event back in March or April of this year. These quotes by Mr. Obama sound strikingly similar to a historical figure from the past.
Mr. Obama: “If the rich are not taxed more, everyone else will have less.” “But if you’re making more than $1 million a year, you can do a little more,” said Obama. “This is not class envy. This is not class warfare. This is basic math – that’s what this is.
“Look, if somebody like me gets a tax break that they don’t need and that the country can’t af ... continue reading »