Obama Has Used His Presidency to bad-mouth America at Every Turn
- 2010/01/07 08:13:24
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Barack Hussein Obama simply hasn't denied the Christian heritage
of this nation. He has used his presidency to bad-mouth America itself at every turn.
He said, "America has been arrogant." thus giving our enemies and our allies every
reason to believe that we are less resolved to defend ourselves and hence more vulnerable to attack.
Following his inauguration, he ordered Gitmo closed, within a year, despite the fact that it was
(and is) the best possible facility for detaining terrorists.
His first presidential phone call was to Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the Fatah Party in the Palestine territory.
According to press reports he told Abbas;
"This is my first phone call to a foreign leader and I'm making it only hours after I took office."
His first one–on-one TV interview was not with NBC or ABC, but with
Al Arabiya, where he said: “My job to the Muslim world is to communicate that the
Americans are not your enemy. We sometimes make mistakes. We have not been perfect.”
He immediately issued an Executive Order halting military commissions which resulted in charges being dropped against
Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the animal accused of planning numerous terrorist attacks against Americans, including the
USS Cole bombing in which 17 U.S. sailors died.
While treating the Queen of England with casual familiarity, he
obsequiously bowed from the waist to King Abdullah of
Saudi Arabia, leader of a Muslim nation that won’t permit Christian worship within its borders...
under penalty of death.
Are Obama's denunciations of America, in words and deeds, simply faux-pas or do they show, as Tammy Bruce said,
"malevolence toward this country, which is unabated."
Does it really matter?
Barack Hussein Obama's words and actions clearly rise well beyond the level of
"bad behavior" and our Founding Fathers left us a remedy for presidents guilty of bad behavior.
The Obama presidency is the disease; Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution, is the cure.
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