Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Who are the Hostage-Takers Mr. president and why all the hate?

I said before I felt that the middle-class tax cuts were being held hostage to the high-end tax cuts. I think it’s tempting not to negotiate with hostage takers unless the hostage gets harmed. —president Barry Hussein Soetoro
Hate speech coming from the presidential lectern? That's what it sounded like to me.

In his called news conference president, Barry Hussein Soetoro explained to angry Progressive Liberals the compromise he made which extended the already record 99 weeks of unemployment benefits to jobless Americans in return for keeping taxes at the present level for all Americans. Unemployment had to be extended because millions of Americans remain unemployed in spite of the One trillion dollars spent in the president’s failed economy stimulus package, which did not provide jobs as he promised.

The president used the most bi-partisan language he knew to give an analogy to reporters describing why he was forced to work with Republicans rather than discriminate against Americans. And boy was it hateful! The president wanted to discriminate against some Americans by allowing Bush lower tax rates to expire on some Americas while extending the same lower Bush tax rates for others.

Wild radical leftist of his Democrat Party are demanding that the president discriminate against some Americans and favor others with continuing lower rates that would create more unnecessary class envy than Democrats have already created not to mention possible class warfare their discrimination could cause.

This would have been a clear case of governmental discrimination. Democrats know it but don’t care.

Nevertheless, here’s the most interesting part, in the president’s scenario. Number one the American people were the hostages and number two, the president was their negotiator\savior. So I ask you reader, who are the Hostage takers in the presidents scenario? (see 1:19 video)

The president of the United States of America just referred to the opposition Party as Hostage takers. That is the most politically incendiary hate speech to come out of the mouth of a sitting president in the last 100 years. What? Now members of the opposition Party are equated to terrorists because the president has to work bipartisanly with them?

This is very dangerous speech. The president owes Republicans and the American people an apology for equating an American political Party with terrorists, especially when he refuses to call Muslims terrorists. Muslims, who declared war on the United States and who kill Americans by slitting their throats, placing roadside IEDs, Crashing Airplanes and planting bombs are not called terrorists by this president but Republicans are?

If this is what the president and Democrats think bipartisanship is, then showing Democrats the door in 2012 is our only alternative.

Beware Republicans this is not the first time this president has shown you how he really feels about Republicans. Judging from this statement and others this president hates Republican’s guts.

Be warily in everything you involve yourselves in with him because with hate like this he cannot be trusted.

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