I don’t know about you, but I’ve had about all I can take with Obama’s clear bias against our military, and frankly, our country. He continues to apologize to our enemies, while refusing to look out for our soldiers, the men and women who put their lives on the line every day for us. Here are just a few examples:
President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton apologized profusely to Afghans when our soldiers burned some copies of the Quran, which had extremist messages in them. Important to note is the fact that, per Islamic law, any Quran that has been written in, has been defiled, and can only be cleansed or purified by burning it (a part of this story that has been widely ignored). The liberal media was outraged by our soldiers’ behavior. Yet, our government instructed our military to burn Bibles sent to our soldiers in Afghanistan, to avoid offending Muslims, and no one seemed to care.
Obama and Clinton recently apologized once again when a “deranged” soldier, as he’s been termed, killed 16 Afghan civilians (which I agree, was a horrible act). Obama labels this U.S. soldier a “terrorist”. Yet, he refuses to call Major Hasan a terrorist, when he opened fire and killed 13 of our own soldiers, including a pregnant women, and injured another 29, while screaming “Allahu Akbar”. There was no doubt this was driven by his faith in Islam, as his behavior leading up to the incident clearly exhibited. Yet, Obama instead refers to this as nothing more than a “workplace incident”.
Obama proposed cuts in military pay for active and retired soldiers, yet leaves unionized civilian defense workers’ benefits untouched.
Obama unveils plan to close bases and reduce troops, claiming we’ll still maintain our “military superiority”, while Panetta admits it will pose greater risks.
The list goes on. It is quite evident that President Obama is not looking out for the best interests of our troops. He seems more concerned with the opinions of the Muslim world than he does the interests and security of the American people. He’s more worried about offending Afghan president Hamad Karzai, a man who is extremely corrupt and just recently backed a code of conduct allowing men to beat their wives, saying it was “in line with Islamic law”. Is this the type of person we should be worried about offending? Why don’t we speak out against this behavior? We say nothing about their human rights violations, yet our president sends a three-page apology letter on behalf of our soldiers (which, by the way, the White House would not release…so much for transparency).
Well, I say It’s time we make some cuts of our own, and vote Obama and his cronies O.U.T.