The Muslims’ POTUS

Posted in Politics, Religion on July 13th, 2014

Obama - The Muslim POTUS of choiceMany people in America think that Obama is a Muslim. Others, mostly his supporters, refute such claims. But, irrespective of the details of Obama’s personal theology, there is no denying that the boy is very sympathetic to Islam, both within America’s borders and across the globe.

In point of fact, Islam is the only religion that Obama has shown any sympathy towards. All other religions, especially the normative Christian sects in America, he seems to hold in disdain.

This is something that the Muslims within America’s borders have taken not of. By a significantly larger margin than any other religion – even the Atheists – Muslims approve of Obama being the POTUS.

Obama is very popular among Muslims
72% Of Muslims Approve Of Obama

Whether or not Obama is actually a Muslim, he’s certainly the Muslims’ President, which raises some serious questions. Can someone who has garnered so much support from Islam’s adherents be trusted to side with America against the Islamists, or is the Muslims’ supporting and approving of Obama one more piece of evidence that the boy is a clear and present danger to America?

With the Caliphate being rebuilt and ISIS vowing to attack American soil, these are questions that can’t wait to be answered and any remedies decided upon must be enacted swiftly and surely.

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Lauding What Is Normal

Posted in Society on July 11th, 2014

The flag flies at half staff over land in mourning for the passing of AmericaAmerica, as a society, has fallen into the trap of drastically lowered expectations. We make heroes out those who merely do what should be expected of them and go to great lengths lauding what is normal or, at least, what should be considered the normal, baseline behavior for ourselves and our fellow citizens.

We praise and reward young minorities who come from the ghettos and barrios for simply doing what other kids do every day without praise. Americans literally treat them as heroes if they go to school, don’t join gangs, stay away from drugs, and/or refrain from siring or bearing bastard children of their own.

We certainly don’t similarly praise or reward the vast, normal majority of our youths for such behavior. Instead a large segment of society claims that they unworthy of praise, or even the fruits of the labor, because they are somehow privileged.

Personally, I can think of few greater injustices than lowering the expectations of a culture to the point where we glorify those members of that culture that behave in a manner that we demand from our own.

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Explain The Difference

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society on July 9th, 2014

Liberals and Progressives – and their preferred minority tenants – just love to draw equivalencies between unrelated things in their culture war against America and long-held American values. On of the Left’s most recent attacks has been conducted through social media platforms against Holly Fisher, who I’ve previously featured here.

Explain the -Difference - Liberal Attack
Explain The Difference

Yes, that is correct. America’s domestic enemies are claiming that there’s a direct equivalency between Holly Fisher, a devoted Christian wife of an American soldier and Sherafiyah Lewthwaite, one of the world’s most wanted Muslim terrorists.

Let’s not, however, forget that equivalency or the claims thereof are by their very nature a two-way street…

Explain the -Difference - American Rebuttal
Explain The Difference

If the composition of an image, combined with vague and gross similarities in context are to be the metric for equivalency, then the Liberals and Progressives had better explain the difference between civil rights marches and those of the Klu Klux Klan.

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