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Friday, January 01, 2010

"... a distinct sense of not just incompetence but incomprehension."

The reason the country is uneasy about the Obama administration's response to this attack [the Christmas bomber] is a distinct sense of not just incompetence but incomprehension. From the very beginning, President Obama has relentlessly tried to downplay and deny the nature of the terrorist threat we continue to face. Napolitano renames terrorism "man-caused disasters." Obama goes abroad and pledges to cleanse America of its post-9/11 counterterrorist sins. Hence, Guantanamo will close, CIA interrogators will face a special prosecutor, and Khalid Sheik Mohammed will bask in a civilian trial in New York -- a trifecta of political correctness and image management.

And just to make sure even the dimmest understand, Obama banishes the term "war on terror." It's over -- that is, if it ever existed.

I believe, along with Dick Cheney, that Obama considers the worldwide Jihad an irritating distraction that forces him to devote time and energy from his primary goal which is the transformation of American society.


Why doesn’t he want to admit we’re at war? It doesn’t fit with the view of the world he brought with him to the Oval Office. It doesn’t fit with what seems to be the goal of his presidency — social transformation — the restructuring of American society.

Obama has always been against fighting violent Jihad as a war rather than as a police and criminal issue. He believed that with the end of the war in Iraq and the appeasement of adversaries throughout the world, he would be free to devote his presidency toward a seismic cultural shift to right what he sees as the racial wrongs that America has and is committing. His is essentially a domestic racial and political agenda formed around the ideas fostered by his mentors Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers. He is perhaps the most racist President we have had since Woodrow Wilson.

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