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For any suckers who don't think Obama is a Muslim

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Obama's destruction of American speeding up

Posted on June 13, 2014 at 3:17 PM Comments comments (248)
If people aren't extremely concerned about what's going on in this country now, you might want to check them for a pulse. Frankly, I am having a hard time getting my mind around the rapidity of the nation's decline.I have written two books chronicling President Obama's nightmarish path of destruction, but since the second one was published, events have been happening at an even more explosive pace. Who would have ever imagined that Ronald Reagan's famous statement that "freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction" would turn out to be a gross understatement?In the past several weeks alone, alarming events have transpired that are enormously disturbing by themselves. Taken together, they are borderline horrifying, yet Obama proceeds, undeterred.Remember in the seemingly distant past when the Veterans Affairs scandal occupied the front pages of our newspapers and Web reports? You may faintly recall that an interim independent report by the VA's inspector general found that officials had falsified records at a Phoenix medical center to conceal the amount of time veterans had to wait for appointments. Some 1,700 veterans were allegedly kept on these waiting lists, and they waited an average of 115 days for an initial primary care appointment. An audit by the Department of Veteran Affairs revealed that VA medical centers nationwide have misrepresented or sidetracked patient scheduling for more than 57,000 former military personnel, and some 64,000 were not even on the electronic waiting list.Many suspect that the administration deliberately covered up this disaster because President Obama had conspicuously promised to clean up the VA in 2008. More importantly, he realizes the VA could be seen as a microcosm of Obamacare and expose the horrors of government-controlled health care. Though few seem to be noticing because of everything else going on, the FBI office in Phoenix has opened a criminal investigation into the VA scandal.Just as that scandal was blossoming into a toxic flower, Obama unconscionably released five top Taliban leaders from Gitmo, allegedly in exchange for a U.S. soldier who, the administration said, served with "honor and distinction." I say "allegedly" in exchange because I'm not convinced that Bowe Bergdahl had anything to do with it, other than serving as Obama's cover to release five of the worst conceivable U.S.-hating terrorists as part of his sinister ploy to close the detention facility and further appease Muslims worldwide. I qualified the "served with 'honor and distinction'" description because the only people making that claim are administration officials and Democratic shills. Those closest to Bergdahl, the soldiers with whom he served, say he virtually deserted.In my view, too many people are focusing on the wrong things concerning this scandal. This is not primarily about Bergdahl, and it is not primarily about Obama's not informing Congress, as troubling as both of these aspects are. Instead of obsessing over Bergdahl, we need to be looking instead at the abject dangerousness of these terrorists, the harm they can inflict on our soldiers and the incentive this negotiated release gives all terrorists to capture American soldiers and civilians in the future.Instead of mainly fretting over Obama's serial lawlessness, which always demands our scrutiny, we need to emphasize the substance of this "deal." It will not do for Republican congressmen to lightly dismiss this as merely an affront to their own authority to preapprove this action. This is not about them. It's ultimately about the safety of Americans and American allies. You just don't release these dangerous people when everyone knows they are still a threat to our people. For Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and others to suggest they don't represent a danger to Americans is offensively ludicrous. Osama bin Laden was not present in the United States when he planned 9/11 or when it was implemented, as far as we know.Also, Obama's Environmental Protection Agency recently imposed, unilaterally, oppressive new emission standards for coal plants that will be an enormous burden on the industry, harm energy consumers and make America less energy-independent.And just this week, we saw the stunning invasion of our borders by Central American immigrants, including innocent children, who have been shipped to the United States because Obama lawlessly granted amnesty to children and because he refuses to enforce the border. It's as if he's inviting illegals in.Then there's Iraq, where an al-Qaida-connected group has captured major cities and seized banks and American arms and equipment in its mission to retake the country and establish an Islamic caliphate from which to coordinate its global jihad. This, too, was predictable and predicted and is a result of Obama's deliberately reckless withdrawal from Iraq, for whose freedom thousands of American service members sacrificed. We've also learned that the administration is refusing the Iraqi government's urgent request for air support against these insurgents.We can only imagine what will be in tomorrow's papers.---David Limbaugh is a writer, author and attorney.Jim Morris
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Rubio on exchange

Posted on June 13, 2014 at 3:15 PM Comments comments (62)
President Obama’s decision to exchange five terrorists for a soldier who left his base in Afghanistan endangers national security by “pretending” the Taliban isn’t targeting America, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said in an interview with The Daily Signal.Rubio, speaking to a reporter between meetings on Capitol Hill, warned: “The message has been sent that if you get your hands on an American in uniform, or an American, you’re going to be able to trade them for as many as five Taliban commanders.”His Taliban captors released Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl on May 31 after holding him captive for five years. The Obama administration made a deal to rescue Bergdahl in exchange for five senior Taliban leaders released by the United States from the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay.Asked what he would have done as president, Rubio said: “I would be willing to consider anything in order to get an American serviceman or woman back from captivity, short of something that would endanger the national security of the United States–which this deal clearly did.”
“The president might try to pretend the war has ended, but no one’s told the Taliban” – @marcorubio
Key members of Congress continue to express grave doubts about the exchange and the administration’s failure to consult or even inform lawmakers. All in all, his view of the exchange is “extremely negative,” said Rubio, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who is pondering a race for president.Although it’s customary for prisoner exchanges to occur at the end of a war, Rubio told The Daily Signal in the interview Monday night, the challenge in this case is that the conflict isn’t over.“While the president might try to pretend like the war against the Taliban has ended, no one’s told the Taliban that,” the Florida Republican said. “They continue to target Americans, target Afghans, target our allies, and just today they carried out another deadly attack in Pakistan.”Steven Bucci, a foreign and national security policy expert at The Heritage Foundation and former top Pentagon official, said today that he agrees with that assessment.“Senator Rubio is correct in that this sort of exchange normally would occur at the end of the conflict,” said Bucci, a former Army Special Forces officer. “We are still fighting the Taliban, so that makes this an anomaly. It appears that the president thinks it is all wrapped up already. Unfortunately, that is so wrong.”By their own admission, Rubio said, at least four of the terrorists released from Gitmo—if not all five—will soon rejoin the Taliban’s operations against America.“They now have an incredible amount of credibility, having been held in captivity in the United States for a number of years,” Rubio said. “I would imagine [the Taliban] will use these five individuals as fundraising tools, and [for] whatever expertise they’ve picked up from their time in captivity.”With the Obama administration set to withdraw almost all U.S. troops by the end of 2016, Rubio said, the greatest threat related to the prisoner exchange is that Afghanistan will return to what it looked like before 9/11: an ungoverned territory that allows deadly groups such as the Taliban and al Qaeda to “train, operate, and carry out attacks” against the United States and its allies.Jim Morris
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