Our freedoms and security, fought and died for by Canadians and their allies, are under attack. The biggest threats to our freedom are too much government, the eco-lobby, and censors posing as human rights commissions. Our biggest security threat is Islam.


Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Obama wants to weaken America

I ran across a story about Obama in USA Today and couldn't resist commenting. He announces that he might prosecute his own spies for breaking rules that his party invented and didn't exist when they were operative. What a tool. By that I mean, implement, of course. He's talking about gutting the infrastructure to fight terror that Bush created.

Say whatever you want about Bush, but you cannot deny that he kept America safe. Now the puppet wants to dismantle this safety net, it seems.

From USA Today:

"President Obama on Tuesday opened the possibility of prosecution for Bush-era lawyers who authorized brutal interrogation of terror suspects and suggested Congress might order a full investigation."

This is nothing less than a coup d'├ętat from the left. How else to describe the plan to conduct a Stalinistic purge of your ideological enemies? The Big Left elects Obama, who follows their instructions and then changes the rules of engagement which, in liberal minds, allows past tense prosecution. As in Orwell predicted in 1984, the left now re-writes history and the rules and then conducts their thought-crime hunts.

"Less than a week after declaring it was time for the nation to move on rather than "laying blame for the past," Obama found himself describing what might be done next to investigate what he called the loss of "our moral bearings." "

Once again his words prove that Obama is a puppet of the left. They yanked his chain, and he obeyed. The part about loss of moral bearings is both ironic and typical left wing arrogance. Ironic because the left sees its job as the dismantling of every norm and custom that deals with civility, common sense, and responsibility. Moral bearings? The left has destroyed them.

It's arrogant because this no-record, "Present" voting, conniving, speech-reader, the best person the left could find, has the temerity and the gall to lecture his fellow citizens about moral bearings. What a joke!

Obama is the one who befriended and worked for a terrorist bomber who killed people in the 60's and never went to jail for it (Ayers). Obama is the one who followed a racist minister for 20 years and then bull-shitted us that he never really heard the guy's sermons (Wright). Obama is the one who did business with a convicted felon (Rezko).

What a fine, moral man, this Obama!

So the left, via their proxy Obama, is again going to attack and weaken the intelligence service. Just like they did during Clinton's era. You know, the one that gave us Bin Laden and his murderous army of savages.

God help us freedom lovers. Our enemies and all THEIR spies are laughing at Obama even as they shake his hand. They can't believe their luck.

From USA Today

Update, April 22/09:

USA Today seems to have changed the page that the above link follows. The story is the same but there is a new picture from yesterday and new information. This is copy and paste from USA Today just now:


EVOLVING RESPONSES

Statements on whether Bush administration lawyers who justified interrogation methods should be prosecuted:

Thursday. "It is our intention to assure those who carried out their duties relying in good faith upon legal advice from the Department of Justice that they will not be subject to prosecution." President Obama, referring only to CIA officers who conducted interrogations

Sunday. "Those who devised policy ... should not be prosecuted either." White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel

Monday. "The president is focused on looking forward, that's why." White House spokesman Robert Gibbs, on why Bush administration lawyers should not be prosecuted

Tuesday. "With respect to those who formulated those legal decisions, I would say that is going to be more of a decision for the attorney general within the parameters of various laws, and I don't want to prejudge that." Obama

"I don't think so, no." — Gibbs, asked whether Obama has changed policy


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Do we need more proof of a loose cannon on the deck of the USS Obama?

2 comments:

G Hill said...

Excellent and insightful analysis. I am adding you to my list of blogs to visit periodically.

cousinarlo said...

Thank you, G Hill.

I think that Obama's administration is the biggest economic problem the West faces today.