Obama has never been a president for all of the American people. From the very beginning of his Regime, he immediately set out to divide Americans and pit us against each other. He is a president who has been working to demoralize, discourage and defeat a large percentage of us. For the first time in our lives, we know we have a president who is not on our side.
Frank Gaffney, The Washington Times asks Whose side is Obama on?
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, the investigation into its perpetrators has been marred by a series of bizarre and even alarming actions by President Obama and his administration. Unfortunately, these increasingly suggest a pattern that is at odds with our national and homeland security. The question must be occurring to many Americans: Whose side is he on?
Consider just a few of the recent examples suggesting the ominous answer is “not ours”:
Team Obama decided precipitously to charge the surviving alleged bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, in civilian court. This action resulted in his being read Miranda rights and obtaining a lawyer, prompting him to refuse to answer more questions from investigators. Former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy observed, “Obama was determined to end the public debate over whether the jihadist is a wartime enemy combatant or a mere criminal defendant.”
Mr. McCarthy theorizes on what is going on here: “[We] are being softened up. Steered by its Gitmo bar veterans and lawyer left compass, the Obama administration is executing a massive national-security fraud: the farce that the jihad against America can be judicialized, that civilian-court processes are a better answer to enemy warfare than are combat protocols.”
Then there is the peculiar case of the Saudi “student,” Abdul Rahman al-Harbi. Glenn Beck and syndicated columnist Diana West have done yeoman’s work connecting the proverbial dots on this young man, starting with his detention at the scene of the bombing (where he was wounded) and initial designation as a “person of interest” in the investigation. The FBI reportedly spent seven hours searching his apartment but, following an in-person and unscheduled intervention with Mr. Obama by the Saudi foreign minister, Mr. al-Harbi ceased to be classified as even a witness to the jihadist attack.
And with an answer to Gaffney’s question, here’s Glenn Beck: How far down the road are we with the Muslim Brotherhood and Saudi Arabia?
Linked by Doug Ross, thanks!