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In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Post-Orlando, Obama Resembles A Petulant, Name-Calling Child More Than A Responsible President

Yesterday we witnessed the breakdown of Barack Obama as he made an inflamed speech in an attempt to defend his inattention to America’s terrorist threat from his beloved Islam, a speech he delivered in the back-wash of the Orlando nightclub massacre and criticism he is receiving from all corners for his inability to attack and defeat the people who are killing Americans and other citizens around the world. The LGBT crowd seems to be getting that message, and one hears that they are showing more favorable support for Donald Trump since the Orlando attack because he has the courage and resolve to propose measures that will try to identity and stop the people who have threatened to kill Americans and end our way of life, as opposed to Obama who to this day continues his PC nonsense and will not be the strong leader we need in a time of war, which this definitely is, and will not take measures needed to prevent the gay-hating Islamic terrorists from killing gay Americans.

If Obama were able to concentrate his attention as much on halting terrorist Islamic murderers as he does with his attempts to unconstitutionally take self-defense weapons from Americans, the nation and the world would be much better off and safer. But when a president enters office swearing to want to “fundamentally transform America”, and when he has expressed a love for Islam’s morning call to prayer, while also demonstrating his disregard for the American constitution and the hated “guns and religion” tendencies of the American population’s bitter clingers, what can you expect?

So our Barry is more out-spoken and displays more antipathy toward Donald Trump than he does toward the terrorist murderer in Orlando.