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Unbelievable JG. I'm pretty sure there were no shoppers in there from the Knights of Columbus.
How dumb does our government think we are?
He never ceases to amaze me! Editor of the Harvard Law Review, college educated, community organizer. You would think that communicating would be a necessary attribute for a community organizer or an editor.
I guess, in his case, not so much. Maybe he really didn't express what he meant when he spoke about fundamentally changing America or when he said he would side with the Muslims when the political winds turned ugly. Remember, he never explained HOPE or CHANGE. He left the definition to the listener. Maybe that is what he is still doing. What an excellent way to sow the seeds of division in America.
It seems like at least a few members of the press corps watched President Barack Obama pander gracelessly to progressive sensibilities in an interview with Vox.com’s top personalities. On Tuesday, ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl and Fox News correspondent Ed Henry nailed White House Press Sec. Josh Earnest to the wall on Obama’s disturbing equivocation when it came to matters relating to Islamic terrorism.
If you missed it yesterday, the President of the United States equated his counterterrorism responsibilities as commander-in-chief of the armed forces to serving as a big city mayor addressing and mitigating the threat posed by local crime. He added that he thought the radicalized Islamist who attacked a kosher deli in Paris last month targeted his victims “randomly,” and said that climate change represents a greater threat to global security than radical terrorism but that it was too complex of an issue for the press to give it the focus it deserves. Yes, it was that bad.
On Tuesday, Earnest was pressed to explain the president’s thinking on these matters. The press secretary appeared to have a tough time of it:
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As for President Obama, he never was Charlie, not even for those 48 hours. From the day of the massacre, he has been practically invisible. At the interstices of various political rallies, he issued bits of muted, mealy-mouthed boilerplate. Followed by the now-famous absence of any high-ranking U.S. official at the Paris rally, an abdication of moral and political leadership for which the White House has already admitted error.
But this was no mere error of judgment or optics or, most absurdly, of communications in which we are supposed to believe that the president was not informed by staff about the magnitude, both actual and symbolic, of the demonstration he ignored. (He needed to be told?)
On the contrary, the no-show, following the near silence, precisely reflected the president’s profound ambivalence about the very idea of the war on terror. Obama began his administration by purging the phrase from the lexicon of official Washington. He has ever since shuttled between saying that (a) the war must end because of the damage “keeping America on a perpetual wartime footing” was doing to us, and (b) the war has already ended, as he suggested repeatedly during the 2012 campaign, with bin Laden dead and al-Qaeda “on the run.”
Rumor has it that you are on the following lists:
CIA, NSA, INS, IRS, DOJ, CDC, NASA, CAIR (that's an official gov't agcy now, right?), SPLC, and NOAA (for your climate change position)
Is that a drone I hear? I think I likely have one near me. You might also as well. But you are more hidden I believe.