Somebody needs to tell Barack Hussein Obama what it means to be, and what is expected of, the president of the United States.
Obama has now repeatedly told Americans that, since the objective of terrorism is to disrupt our lives, it is perfectly appropriate to ignore acts of terrorism. After terrorist acts have occurred, Obama say we demonstrate our strength by going about our business as if nothing had happened. Obama said on Fox News Sunday: “You can’t change us. You can kill some of us, but we will hunt you down, and we will get you. And in the meantime, just as did in Boston, after the marathon bombing, we’re going to go to a ballgame. And do all the other things that make our life worthwhile.”
Excuse me, Mr. President!
Going about our usual business, as ordinary citizens, may demonstrate national strength and our defiance of terrorism.
But you sir, are not an ordinary citizen. You are the president of the United States. Your job is to protect Americans and American interests. Your job is to respond to threats in a manner which is designed to keep America and Americans safe. By any standard, sir, your intentional and calculated failure to respond to terrorist attacks is indicative of total leadership incompetence.
Rome is burning, you fool, and you think your role is to attend a Cuban baseball game or to dance the tango with some scantily clad Argentina woman?
Chris Tabing, Coulterville