Terrorism at Charlie Hebdo

There is nothing more deafening than listening to a coward accusing cowards of acting “cowardly.”  Obama, Mr. Mama’s Jeans, said, “For us to see the kind of cowardly, evil attacks that took place today I think reinforces once again why it’s so important for us to stand in solidarity with the French.”

Stand in solidarity?  I hope there’s not a red line Obama has to defend.  He is good at making speeches.  He just never backs them up with action.  He is a man of words, a teleprompter man.

I can relate to that.  I am a poet.  I would never recommend me or any other poet for President.  Words are cheap and without consequences unless the gullible are listening to them. The gullible?  The stupid.  The fanatics.

No, the pen is not mightier than the sword.  Unless the morons pick up their swords to defend words that they don’t really understand.

Remember when Obama, trying to sell Obamacare, said you can keep your doctors and your insurance plans.  It turned out to be an intentional lie.

If I were the French I would run when he said that we will “stand in solidarity with the French.”  Betrayers always pledge their allegiance as Obama pledges his allegiance to our country.

I would rather have a president who says, “I’m not covering your back” than one who denies that there is terrorism after each terroristic act. At least I would know what I had to deal with.  I wouldn’t be surprised by every betrayal.

Oh, that’s right. Obama belatedly admitted to terrorism; he just wouldn’t admit that it was Islamic terrorism.

Perhaps the Mormons attacked Paris? Or a Buddhist monk?

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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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