Obama Fools Them



It’s true that we must identify the enemy to defeat him.  We must also name him to show that we are not afraid of him.


A violent extremist is a violent dislocation of language.  It describes the nothing that is and something that isn’t.


As for workplace violence and Major Nidal Hassam, Obama is laughing at us.  We are his useful idiots.


 We look like cowards when we call Islamists violent extremists.  That makes them bolder.  Our corpses will be colder. Our morals will smolder in hell. Our shoulders will shoulder nothing.  We will support emptiness.


You wish liberals well.  I don’t. They are the well-intentioned enemies.  The college educated fools.


Shame on Obama.  He fools us. He is a fool.  So Shakespearian.  But not wise. A clown surrounded by our sad faces.


 We know what he is up to.  Appeasement and cowardice. Chamberlain is hidden beneath his name. He thinks that surrender is a battle cry and that he can fool the public with his lies.


Seventy per cent of the Jews voted for Obama.  It makes me want to convert to Catholicism.  But I can’t leave a self-destructive religion.  I try to keep it afloat like Goofy at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. I think of the Nazis shooting us in a moat. I am Captain Hook.  But I am not a liberal schnook.


Truth is the face Obama doesn’t recognize.  We have lost our doctors under Obamacare.  He has tucked them away under his false principles. He has not taken his fair share of his failures.


After communism has failed in every country, Obama waves a progressive flag, “Forward.” He dances with Cuba but he can’t find the beat and lets Castro lead.  We are marching like the eighteenth century English infantry into our suicides.

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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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