Friday, July 29, 2011

America we are at War!

"We can't allow the American people to become collateral damage to Washington's political warfare.” —president Barry Hussein Soetoro
Not another war! Yes I’m afraid so. The president has the United States involved in up to five (5) count them five wars. Preposterous you say. Well let’s count them. There’s the continuing Iraq war, which the president promised to end and bring the troops home within his first year as president. He didn’t. Then there is the Afghanistan war, which the president escalated for unclear purposes. (Maybe to kill Osama bin Laden though he didn’t say that at the time.)

Then there are the two illegal wars, the U.N. backed war with Libya and the secret Yemen war.

He also has the illegal U.N. backed Libyan war going, and illegal conflicts in Yemen going. That’s four Soetoro wars to Bush’s two wars. In addition, Bush had congressional approval before one bullet was fired or one bomb was drop in either Iraq or Afghanistan. Presently according to Liberal pundit Andrew Sullivan, President Soetoro has two illegal wars going, Libya and Yemen where he has not sought Congressional approval. (see source andsee source)

That’s four wars. In addition, the fifth is the Uncivil War between the Democrats and Republicans. It is the war for our culture, it is the war for control of our government, and it is the war for the hearts, minds and souls of America.

You may not believe it to be a war but our president does. And very much so. He’s said in so many words , he has said that Republicans are the enemy. He blames Republicans for the U.S. ‘s troubles. Plus he demonizes Republicans every opportunity he gets.

"Again they (Republicans) will demand harsh cuts to programs like Medicare. And once again, the economy will be held captive unless they (Republicans) get their way. This is no way to run the greatest country on earth. It is a dangers game that we’ve never played before. And we can’t afford to play it now. Not when the jobs and livelihoods of so many families are at stake.

We can't allow the American people to become collateral damage to Washington's political warfare.

(see 1:03min video)

On July 25, 2011, the president of the United States of America gave a speech to the American people. But it wasn’t a speech about the raising the debt ceiling as one may have supposed. No, it was a speech calculated and aimed at the president’s enemies, the Republicans. This was a speech promised earlier in the debt talks. The president threatened Republicans as talks began to break down. He told Republican Congressman Eric Cantor, not to call his bluff if the Republicans didn’t give him what he wanted then he would go directly to the American people. That is the reason the president give his unusual speech last Monday night. It was an open declaration of war against Republicans over the debt ceiling.

To whit, Republicans should be on guard. Heretofore Republicans have attempted to treat Democrats with the deference that Republicans and Democrats are two American Political Parties attempting to arrive at solutions that are best for the country. And they very well may be. Only it appears from the Democrat perspective, one which the president espouses, what is good for the country is that Republicans be eliminated completely. This may explain the latent and overt hostilities that Republicans face on College campuses, the Progressive media, Hollywood and their colleagues from across the aisle.

Moreover, this president has allowed his hate for Republicans to show on more than a few occasions.

I would like to now share with you just what sparked the need in the mind of the president for last Monday night’s speech. Below is the account from the debt ceiling talks that the president stormed out of while threatening Republicans that he would just go to the public rather than negotiate with the enemy hostage taker Republicans.

At this point, Cantor explained, the president became “very agitated” and said he had “sat here long enough,” that “Ronald Reagan wouldn’t sit here like this” and “something’s got to give.” Obama then told Republicans they either needed to compromise on their insistence on a dollar for dollar ratio of spending cuts to debt increase or agree to a “grand bargain” including massive tax increases. Before walking out of the room, Cantor said, the president told him: “Eric, don’t call my bluff. I’m going to the American people with this.” He then “shoved back” and said, “I’ll see you tomorrow.” (source)

(hear 14:49audio)

Note: very last minutes audio gets extremely grainy

Eric Cantor on White House Debt Ceiling Talks by smalera

So it seems that war has been declared against Republicans. Listen many of us in the blogosphere always know it. Now that this president has openly declared it—it’s time Republicans, Independents and all fair minded people start acting like they realize that the Progressive Liberal left has declared open war against us.

En guard!