An op-ed published in the Chicago Hyde Park Herald on Sept. 19, 2001, traps Obama forever on how he truly felt about Sept. 1, 2001, and the tragedy that followed.
“Eight days after terrorism declared war on America, a young state senator blamed it on “a failure of empathy”—yet another reason why Barack Obama should never be commander in chief (Business Investor’s Daily, Sept. 13, 2008).
The senator, a former community organizer, wrote that after tightening security at our airports and repairing our intelligence networks, we “must also engage…in the more difficult task of understanding the sources of such madness.”
“According to Barack Obama, the madness that drove terrorists to turn passenger jets into manned cruise missiles aimed at our centers of finance, government and military power “grows out of a climate of power and ignorance, helplessness and despair”.
“As if the answer to the attacks should have been food stamps for al Qaida.
Obama policy has legislated rules of engagement aimed at keeping America from winning in both Afghanistan and Iraq. Every flag-draped coffin returned to heartbroken loved ones can be blamed on Barack Hussein Obama.
During the 2012 presidential campaign Obama is the president preferred by atheists, but even the decent among them may find pause now that America is in the 11th hour of a future that will decide between liberty or the tyranny of Marxist rule.
For the millions of Americans who believe in the Almighty, it is time for a prayer: “Please God let September 11, 2012 be the turnaround for America, which mainly because of You is a light in the dark to so many and has been so for 236 years.”...More at Canada Free Press