I’m sitting here watching the ceremonies at the American Cemetery in Normandy commemorating the 65th Annivesary of D-Day.
And I’m sick to my stomach that President Barack Hussein Obama is there on behalf of the United States of America. Or, more accurately, I’m sick that he is the Commander in Chief of the brave men and women who now carry the torch and legacy of those brave and selfless warriors from WW II.
Let me make this perfectly clear, as I don’t want there to be any ambiguity as to how I feel about President B. Hussein Obama — I think he is a despicable man who is absolutely unworthy to lead the men and women of our armed services. I think that he has such an inherent disdain for the military and military service that he can’t convincingly cover it.
B. Hussein Obama’s unequal reaction to the murder of two American citizens this week made this even more clear.
When the late-term abortion zealot George Tiller was gunned down by a religious nut, Obama responded in a matter of hours, both publicly on the White House web site:
I am shocked and outraged by the murder of Dr. George Tiller as he attended church services this morning. However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence.
His attorney general, Eric Holder, immediately dispatched federal marshal to other abortion providers and clinics to protect and guard them from the possibility of additional attacks.
Compare this to B. Hussein Obama’s response when an Islamic jihadist attacked a US Military Recruiting Station in Little Rock, murdering one US Soldier and seriously injuring another:
I am deeply saddened by this senseless act of violence against two brave young soldiers who were doing their part to strengthen our armed forces and keep our country safe. I would like to wish Quinton Ezeagwula a speedy recovery, and to offer my condolences and prayers to William Long’s family as they mourn the loss of their son.
This lame and tepid statement wasn’t issued hours after the attack, like he did for the baby killing Tiller…instead he issued it three days later.
I’m sure Mr. B. Hussein Obama struggled with exactly how to handle this — after all, he was scheduled to make a “historic” speech to the Muslim world in just a few days, and he couldn’t possibly condemn Islamic jihadism just days ahead of his Apology Tour.
The Lonely Conservative has two questions I’d love to have the answer to:
Are they afraid that condemning the Muslim murderer will upset the Muslim world? Is the life of an Army recruiter less valuable than the life of Dr. Tiller?
To the first question, I’d say the answer is Yes, Obama is afraid of upsetting the Muslim world. As to the second question, I also believe the answer is Yes, Obama and most of the Left in this country do consider the death of Tiller to be more tragic and a greater loss than that of Pvt. William Long (or any US Soldier).
Cassy Fiano said, “Right now, I gotta say that I am truly disgusted by this man.” I couldn’t agree more.
And I doubt that the delayed and pathetic response Obama offered in regards to the terrorist attack against a US Soldier on American soil was lost on the troops serving beneath their Commander in Chief, either.
Passive voice. No acknowledgment of the confessed motive for the attack. Utter unwillingness to call it terrorism — or, more appropriately, jihad. And no condemnation of the violent tendencies once again demonstrated among members of a certain population.
Tabith Hale at Pink Elephant Pundit:
There was no reference to the shooter’s motive, which was religious hatred . He did not condemn the killer. There was “sadness” for the “senseless act of violence”, not the “shock and outrage”