A Criminal Haven For Our Enemies under Obama

Skeletonby Leigh Bravo7/16/15
President Obama and Secretary of State, John Kerry agreed and signed a deal with Iran. Although just yesterday, Iran citizens and their leader were burning the American flag and shouting death to America and death to Israel. Why would our President and Secretary of State, who are in charge of protecting the American citizens agree to such a bad deal? Because they believe,

“Iran has the right to a peaceful Nuclear program”- John Kerry

We have seen this administration literally slam the only democratic country in the Middle East, and our ally, Israel. Officials in the White House have called Netanyahu a “chickenshit,” used taxpayer dollars to oust Netanyahu out of office, and even refused to meet with him while visiting the United States.  However, while Iran screams death to America and Israel, our fearless leader signs a nuclear deal with Iran that literally sets them up to have Nuclear bombs within 5-15 years.  Nuclear bombs that could literally destroy Israel and the United States and end the very lives of our children and grandchildren.

Back on the home front, the Obama administration has refused to enforce our immigration laws and as a result, taxpayers on the hook for homes, food, education, and healthcare for all illegals and their families residing in the United States. Our school system is overcrowded, communities have exceeded budget constraints and are going broke trying to educate and pay for the millions of dollars required to house and educate illegals within our communities.  Local governments were never consulted before planes, trains and automobiles rolled into their towns releasing illegals into their communities. All under the blanket of protection of President Obama.

This administration has also released hundreds of thousands of illegal criminals back into our communities with devastating results. Thousands of Americans have been killed because of the release of these criminals. The most recent being Kate Steinle, 31 and an expectant mother was gunned down by an illegal immigrant felon who had been deported 6 times for criminal behavior. A 13 year old girl was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by an  illegal in Florida. Sabine Durden’s son Dominic was killed by a drunk driver, also an illegal alien. The families of Jamiel Shaw Jr., Don Rosenberg, Lupe Moreno, and Brenda Sparks, are just a few of the other families that have lost loved ones because of the actions of illegals in the United States.  Yet President Obama has remained silent about these deaths all while stepping up to the plate and attending funerals of criminals killed by police, hyped up by the press as white on black hate crimes.

Obama wasted no time holding a press conference claiming Treyvon Martin could have been his son before the trial had even begun in the Zimmerman case. He wasted no time in sending three White House officials to attend Michael Brown’s funeral, who was killed while trying to take a police officer’s gun after attempting to rob a convenient store. That was three more than were sent to attend former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s funeral last year and none were sent to the funeral for Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, the highest-ranking U.S. military officer killed in combat since the Vietnam War.  The Obama administration devoted considerable resources to the Michael Brown shooting and sent Attorney General Eric Holder to Ferguson, as well as dozens of investigators prior to any of the facts being revealed. However, the Obama administration refuses to comment or offer condolences to the family of  Kathryn Steinle, whose death was a direct result of Obama’s refusal to enforce United States deportation laws.  Although the White House claims it does not have the time to comment on all victims of crimes, Obama found ample time to meet with four convicted drug felons in order to support his release of 45 prisoners. And let us not forget the phone call he made to Sandra Fluke to make sure she was okay after negative comments were made regarding her snit fit over a Catholic University refusing to pay for her birth control.

How can any of us forget President Obama’s condescending comments about Republicans who were demanding our border be secure? President Barack Obama noted the steps taken by his administration to strengthen border security, but said Republicans in Congress were never satisfied and mocked that they will want a “higher fence” and then “a moat,” and then “alligators in the moat.”They’ll never be satisfied. And I understand that. That’s politics.”

However, if our borders were, in fact, secure, as Obama claims, how did all these convicted felons return to the United States after being deported time after time after time? Now add insult to injury, Democrats are pushing to not only give driver’s licenses to illegals but the right to vote in our local and national elections. Are the lives of American citizens really expendable in order for Democrats to gain more votes?

At what point will the President of the United States start  taking the necessary steps to protect the citizens of the United States, and our sovereignty? At what point will our Congress take the necessary steps to stop the actions of Obama while he does everything within his power to protect, support and empower our enemies?


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20 Responses to A Criminal Haven For Our Enemies under Obama

  1. Rosalys says:

    “At what point will the President of the United States start taking the necessary steps to protect the citizens of the United States, and our sovereignty?”

    Never, because he doesn’t want to. He saw his job to be one of “fundamentally transforming this country,” and that is exactly what he has been doing!

    “At what point will our Congress take the necessary steps to stop the actions of Obama while he does everything within his power to protect, support and empower our enemies?”

    When We the People make them. Don’t ask me when THAT will happen, because I don’t know. I’m stunned that we’ve allowed them to get away with both what they do and what they refuse to do. Donald Trump seems to stirring things up a bit. Perhaps this will be the catalyst that is needed.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      Treason is the most overused charge in the political lexicon, rarely being used when the Constitutional definition is meant: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War upon them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” One rare example is Obama, the first genuinely treasonous president.

    • SkepticalCynic SkepticalCynic says:

      I had hopes for Donald. I believe he has stepped in the cow pie by dissing a veteran and POW survivor. One should never condemn a veteran unless he is on very firm grounds.

      • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

        I don’t mind him slapping McCain around a bit. And I would hope real men — real soldiers — are just as pissed off by the McCain and Kerry types as the rest of us.

        Geezuz, we’re getting to the point where no one can say nuttin’ without someone saying “You can’t say that.” Well, he did, and I’m glad. McCain is exactly the kind of career politician who is ruining this country.

        • Timothy Lane says:

          Whatever one thinks of his politics, McCain the veteran is a long way from Kerry. The latter sold out his own fellow vets (which is why the Swiftboat Vets went after him) with his dubious testimony about Vietnam and his posturing as an anti-war protestor. McCain did behave heroically as a POW in Vietnam. His performance as a politician is another matter (though not as bad as Kerry’s).

        • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

          I don’t mind him slapping McCain around a bit. And I would hope real men — real soldiers — are just as pissed off by the McCain and Kerry types as the rest of us.

          I have to agree with you. It is to his credit that McCain served in the Navy, but just because he had the misfortune to be shot down does not make him a hero. His service makes him worthy of respect, to a degree, but Sergeant York he ain’t.

          Once he used his military service, as is often done, to jump into politics, he forfeited some of the immunity from criticism which Americans grant soldiers. We respect military service. Political self-serving, not so much.

          And this is particularly the case with McCain. The man viciously attacks those he disagrees with, but more importantly, those who do not kowtow to him. He has sided with the Dems on so many issues that it is a joke to call him a Republican. Why he should be exempt from rebuttal is not clear to me.

          And in Arizona it is said, by many, that McCain and his wife are horrible people. Not because of their politics, but because of their characters.

          I might wish Trump were a little more articulate, but I am happy he pointed out that one is not a hero simply by being shot down. Audie Murphy was a hero, John McCain, hardly.

          Which brings me to my last point. I am somewhat tired of the promiscuous use of the word “Hero” for anybody that serves in the military. It may be praiseworthy to serve, but the present mis-use of “Hero”, like the mis-use of all such words, debases its meaning and confuses fantasy for fact. Of course this is something the Left does consciously, but the right seems to have fallen into the same trap, perhaps out of flaccid thinking or just political pandering.

          • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

            Well said, Mr. Kung. And I would put much of it down to political pandering. As to “flaccid thinking,” if you rephrased that as “chick-a-fied” thinking, I’d agree. The manly art of not worrying so damn much if someone, somewhere, got their feelings hurt is becoming a scarce commodity.

            I’m not even going to join the chorus of “Trump has a point. although not stated well.” I can guaran-damn-tee you that if Brad walked into Washington DC right now and said nothing but the truth — very very politely — he would be shouted down with a chorus of, “Well, perhaps he had a point, but he didn’t say it very tactfully.”

            I submit there is no significant truth that needs to be told that is going to be particularly tactful, as generally defined. That’s where we are now, backed into a corner where truth itself, as Orwell said, is a revolutionary (and impolite) act.

        • Leigh says:

          so true….although I think he could have tempered his comments aimed at “veterans.” I don’t like McCain and we have all heard him call conservatives names that were not appreciated nor deserved. I am, however, glad that he has come up because we all know that none of the old republicans are doing their jobs and are completely out of touch with how the people really feel…thus the support Trump is getting despite their complete disbelief….he has really touched on the nerve of the American people>

  2. Anniel says:

    Leigh: the news of the past few days has me asking the same question: Do these traitors and their facilitators who leave our borders open and our citizens unprotected actually think they will pay no price for what they do? Do the useful idiots (including the MSM) really believe they’ll be unaffected by the crime and diseases coming EVERYONE’S way? How can so many people be so blind?

    • SkepticalCynic SkepticalCynic says:

      Wasn’t it Einstein that said something like: Only two things are infinite. The universe and human stupidity, and I am not so sure about the former.

    • Leigh says:

      So you would think…This whole Iran deal makes me wonder if Obama even considers the life his girls will have if and when Iran gets it’s nukes! Just like you I wonder if they think they are completely immune…I mean when the poop hits the fan, only the current government gets into the bomb shelter….Obama and his family will not be protected. I get it when they benefit with strictly cash, but I don’t understand their stupidity when they are dealing with serious consequences like terrorism and nukes.

      • Timothy Lane says:

        I suspect Obama plans to retire to Hawaii, not Chicago, and most likely not on Oahu. In any case, liberals tend not to look very far ahead. All he cares about is that there’s no nuclear attack while he’s president. If it happens afterward (and an Iranian attack, focused primarily on Israel, is unlikely to lead to a total holocaust), well, it’s the fault of whoever the new president is. Then, too, who can say whether a narcissist and sociopath like Obama really cares about his family?

  3. SkepticalCynic SkepticalCynic says:

    At what point will the President of the United States start taking the necessary steps to protect the citizens of the United States, and our sovereignty?

    The answer to the question: BO will never honor his oath of office. Now that the Republicans have joined the Democrats it is very likely that the answer after BO is never, since I don’t see the Republicans having enough backing to win an election against the Dems powder puff nomination of Queen Clinton. Once you start to fall you begin to pick up speed very rapidly.

    • Leigh says:

      I am hoping that the Trump thing will open the eyes of these so-called informed RINOS….they really just don’t have a clue how the American people are really feeling. They obviously ignored the results of the last election. As we all knew, they had a wonderful opportunity to guarantee themselves the White House in 2016, but they blew it. Boehner, McCain and Graham all think they know what we want, but they really don’t listen. They should all be in charge of their own social media accounts for a month and no doubt they would find out exactly how people are really feeling!

  4. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    This administration has also released hundreds of thousands of illegal criminals back into our communities with devastating results. Thousands of Americans have been killed because of the release of these criminals.

    I’ve heard that a group of those victimized by illegal aliens is organizing. We need more of that kind of activism.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      Several showed up yesterday to testify at a Congressional committee hearing on the subject. But of course the Demagogues don’t care, no matter what they might say. And a lot of Republicans don’t either. We will see if they can pass some version of Kate’s Law (as proposed by Bill O’Reilly).

  5. Leigh Bravo says:

    Let’s hope so…if not, it will be really interesting to see how Trump stirs the pot…i love his comments and obviously the people do as well. So excited that he will be stirring it up during the August debate…can’t wait!

  6. David Ray says:

    Wasn’t to heroic when he nearly burned down his own aircraft carrier.

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