Three events have occurred recently that should make Americans fear for our great nation and they should direct that fear toward officials at the highest levels of our government.
1. Eric Holder was appearing before a congressional committee and was trying to explain why he didn't go for final conviction and punishment of a New Black Panther Party member who had violently intimidated voters in a previous election, and his amazingly odd and rambling logic found him mentioning "his people" who were denied civil rights thirty years ago, and not concentrating on the "people" who were denied their voting rights two years ago.
2. Louis Farrakhan was speaking on a radio program about Obama launching missiles against Libya and warned Obama that this kind of attack would alienate him from his "people in Africa and throughout the world".
3. When Obama was trying to get his nerve up to defend the citizen forces rebelling against Kaddafi he went to the United Nations to get courage and approval, not to the congress that he's constitutionally required to consider, whose members were elected by "we the people" of the United States and who Obama declared the president was required to get approval from when our Barry was a senator and railing against Bush for being militant.
None of the "people" referred to above (Holder's people, Obama's people or the people of the United Nations) are the "people" of the United States of America who the president and attorney general are sworn to serve and whose constitution they swore to protect. So what the hell "people" are these fools referring to exactly? It certainly is not the "we the people" mentioned in the constitution, and we'd better fear we don't find out who these perverts are really serving and answering to before the last two years of Obama's administration have expired, or our lives may be unalterably and unpleasantly changed forever and our freedoms ripped from us.