Friday, November 06, 2009

Obama’s contrasting views on “drawing quick conclusions”

Remember back in July during a press conference when Barack Hussein Obama defended his radical friend Henry Gates by saying “I don’t have all the facts but the Cambridge cops acted stupidly?”

Well, today the very same Obama warned the public “against drawing quick conclusions” about the motivation behind Hasan’s Jihadist attack that killed 13 people at Fort Hood.

These two events along with Obama’s radical history and actions doesn’t leave much to the imagination to conclude the President is a defender of his radical friends, holds police and military in low regard, and is either ignorant or disingenuous about the teaching, practice, and goals of Islam.

And who exactly recommended Nidal Malik Hasan to be a “Task Force Event Participant” for the Homeland Security Policy Institute’s Presidential Transition Task Force report “Thinking Anew—Security Priorities for the Next Administration?” Out of the several dozen participants on that task force, how many Muslims were ask to provide their advice on homeland security matters?  At least two stand out based on their titles:  Waleed Alshahari, Embassy of Yemen (a Muslim nation next door to Saudi Arabia) and Safiya Ghori, representing the Muslim Public Affairs Council. How many more were there, like Hasan, whose title was not revealing and whose attitudes and motivations not in our nations’ best interests?

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