Obama’s Involvement in the Paris Terrorism

In 2012 Jay Carney said about the cartoons in Charlie Hebdo that “We have questions about the judgment of publishing something like this.”

Was Carney questioning America’s penchant for free speech?  He was part of a White House that formerly didn’t forbid a picture of Christ in urine. Previous Presidents have allowed Nazis to make anti-Jew propaganda.  The Carney’s and the Obamas of the world would allow all sorts of verbal nastiness yet they are so afraid of the Muslims that they criticize our ally’s, France’s, harmless, satirical cartoons of Mohammed and are not sufficiently outraged when Muslims murder people.

Obama, who pretended that terrorism wasn’t involved in Fort Hood, Benghazi or the Oklahoma beheading has tried to exonerate Islam from being involved in the Paris murders.

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Obama once said another one of his fantasies, “the future does not belong to those who slander the prophet Muhammad.”  That’s only if good people don’t stand in its bloody way.  It’s only if the Obama’s of the world consistently support our enemies. He makes Chamberlain look like a patriot. Those who support him are appeasers and traitors.

obama islamAfter embarrassment and pressure Obama decided to tepidly call the Paris killings an act of terrorism but refused to associate it with Islam.  Sure, Islam which is responsible for Isis, al-Qaeda and thousands of yearly acts of terrorism had nothing to do with the terrorists shouting Allahu Akbar and “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammed.”  Perhaps, it was the Buddhists or the Mormons who killed twelve people and wounded fourteen?

Obama spooned out his usual pabulum, “Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of this terrorist attack and the people of France at this difficult time.” His words are as insincere as de Blasio’s about the cops he was complicit in allowing to be killed.

Obama can keep his prayers.  Perhaps he’d be better off creating an atmosphere of fear where the jihadists won’t think that western civilization is an easy mark.

When George Bush toppled Saddam Hussein, Kaddafi became so frightened that he gave up his nuclear weapons.  Perhaps instead of consistently criticizing Bush, Obama could imitate him a little and make some of our enemies turn their backs and run from us instead of his leading from behind.

Obama is the most cowardly, worst President we ever had. Those who support him are the most cowardly, worst citizens we have ever had.

The one thing that Obama has going for him is that he is black.  That shows our country’s progress.  It’s a shame that he is a black reverse racist and a left wing ideological obsessive.

Obama dismisses the dead as victims of violence and not Islamic jihad.  How would he like it if one of his daughters were killed by an Iranian missile and someone just said it was a pound of bird crap falling from the sky onto her head?

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David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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