When Is Enough Enough?

ObamaFingerThumbby Leigh Bravo2/24/15
The President of the United States is now claiming that in order to win the fight over terrorism we must sit down and actually address their grievances? Maybe if we find terrorists jobs they will stop killing? The media are the problem not ISIS? Climate change is the biggest threat to the United States today? White House Press calls their own comments “too nuanced” for average Americans to understand? The president has no issue labeling Christians as the problem in the crusades, but cannot label terrorists today as Islamic? When does enough become enough?

Recently former Mayor Rudy Giuliani made some controversial statements,

“I do not believe that the president loves America. He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t bought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country.”

Does President Obama love this country? Does he respect the rights of Christians as he does Muslims?


“We’ve also seen, most recently Europe, a rise of inexcusable acts of anti-Semitism, or in some cases anti-Muslim sentiment or anti-immigrant sentiment.”

Have there been any inexcusable acts of anti-Christian sentiment? In order to see what is streaming on google, and I found some interesting results.

Obama on the persecution of Christians

    1. “Obama “plays politics” with Christian persecution”
    2. “Why Obama Ignores Persecuted Christians”
    3. “Krauthammer: Obama has Defended Muslims, Where is He on Christian Persecution?”
    4. “Is Obama Doing Enough to Help Persecuted Christians?”
    5. “Why Doesn’t Obama Speak Out Against Christian Persecution?”

Obama on the persecution of Muslims:

    1. “Can Obama help Burma’s persecuted Muslims?”
    2. “Obama Administration Suppresses Talk of Muslim Persecution of Christians.”
    3. “Obama: ‘Get off your high horse and stop criticizing Islamic Terror.'”
    4. “Obama’s New Asylum Decree Favors Muslins Over Christians.”
    5. “Obama Overlooks Christian Persecution”

In his controversial speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama said in part,

“Just because you have the right to say something doesn’t mean the rest of us shouldn’t question those who would insult others in the name of free speech.”

But wasn’t it Obama himself who has called out and demonized many Americans for their right to free speech and opinions regarding his actions and policies? Obama has claimed that Americans who don’t agree with his administration on climate change are “a fairly serious threat to everybody’s future,” and “we don’t have time for a meeting of the flat earth society.” In another speech, “You go in to small towns in Pennsylvania and it’s not surprising that they get bitter, they cling to their guns and their religion.” In another, “Ideological extremism and maximalist position is much more prominent in the Republican party.” Obama has made negative inferences regarding Fox News on more than one occasion, and a top official in his cabinet called Netanyahu a “Chickens**t.” Are those who disagree, really a threat to society, racists, naysayers, flat-earthers, terrorists and extortionist?

Let’s read Obama’s statement again….

“Just because you have the right to say something doesn’t mean the rest of us shouldn’t question those who would insult others in the name of free speech.”

While President Obama refuses to attach “Islamic” extremism to the continuing beheadings, burnings and abuse of innocents, he has no trouble connecting the violence from the Crusades to Christians?

“And lest we get on our high horse?….remember during the Crusades and the Inquisition committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ.”

“Slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ.”

If we look at the controversial comments by Giuliani, we should ask ourselves, is he really just disrespecting the President for political gain or are his statements valid? Have we ever had a president of the United States so determined to fundamentally change this country? Have we ever had a President who demonizes the majority of Americans because of their differing opinions? Have we ever had a President who has lied to the American people as often and as much as Obama? Have we ever had a President who has been connected to so many scandals and corruption? Are you better off today then you were 6 years ago? Do you feel safer now than you did 6 years ago? Do you really feel, by his own words and actions, that this President truly loves this nation?

Leigh Bravo blogs at The Trumpet. • (1114 views)

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9 Responses to When Is Enough Enough?

  1. Rosalys says:

    Giuliani is absolutely right and I’m glad to see he is not backing down from his statement. I might go a step further and say that Obama hates this country! I had enough of Zero six years ago. But it’s worse than that. I am gobsmacked that more people haven’t woken up to what is happening. Like you, Leigh, I am wondering just what will is it going to take?

  2. Anniel says:

    I, too, support Rudy Guiliana 100% in what he said. It’s long past time for truth to be told. Paraphrasing Mark Steyn, what could Obama do differently if he were our enemy?
    The man is a classic psychopath as near as I can tell, and since birds of a feather flock together I would guess that his followers have complimentary psychosis. Scary thought that. How long does it take? Rudy has sounded the trumpet, loud and clear, let’s hope others stand firmly by him and don’t just blow their penny whistles.

  3. Timothy Lane says:

    It may be that Barry Screwtape Obama and his fellow liberals love “the country” in some mystical fashion, just as they love “the people” as an abstraction. But they certainly have no use for Americans as actual people, or at least those who are called “middle America”. (Jack Huberman, in his condemnation of Americans he considered villainous in imitation of a Bernard Goldberg, included “middle America” as one of his targets, and other liberals have made similar attacks. No doubt everyone hear recalls the Black God’s contempt for “bitter clingers”, and his readiness to see the worst in those who are theoretically his fellow countrymen.)

  4. GHG says:

    He was abandoned by his father at birth and spent his early childhood in a muslim environment before his mother abandoned him too. As an adolescent, he was mentored by a communist pedophile while going to private schools. He was shepherded through college and law school while being groomed to become the liberal saviour by the likes of Bill Ayers and unknown sponsers in the liberal power structure. His run for public office was greased and his personal history was covered up. Is there any question as to why this guy is a narcissist with an empathy meter reading of a sociopath? Steeped in Islamic, communist, and anti-American liberal extremism, having no scruples or integrity and thinking he’s always the smartest guy in the room.

    What could go wrong?

    • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

      You could be Rudy’s speech writer.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      I think abandonment by both of his parents had a lot to do with developing Barry Zero’s psychopathologies. One could even be sympathetic with those problems — if he hadn’t chosen to inflict them on us. In his case, misery loves company, just as it does for a serial killer like Herman W. Mudgett or Ted Bundy.

  5. Timothy Lane says:

    This seems as good a place as any to mention an article I came across at Hot Air (it was one of their linked articles). It discussed psychopathy in terms of Dennis Rader, the BTK murderer of Wichita. The author describes the character (which he refers to as “inter-personal style”), behavior, and emotional characteristics of psychopaths, and I noticed that the first and third match well with Barry Screwtape Obama. The link is


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