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War on America

“In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.”  Thomas Jefferson

“Barack Obama has just done something truly disgraceful!  He’s declared the murder of 13 American soldiers and the wounding of 29 more by a radical Islamic terrorist [Nidal Malik Hasan] at Ft. Hood ‘workplace violence.’ Workplace violence? Is he serious?  Apparently so.  What Obama’s pronouncement means is that these men and women are denied the military medals they are due—like the Purple Heart—for their deaths or injuries during the attack by a radicalized Muslim combatant.  The way I see it, those soldiers put their lives and their bodies in harm’s way in defense of our freedom.  But instead of recognizing them as heroes, Obama is treating them like they are civil service employees who just happened to be in the way when a random accident occurred!  He has cheapened their lives and their courageous service to our nation.  And once again, he fails to recognize that radical Islamic terrorists have declared war on this nation, and our armed forces are our first line of defense against their monstrous actions.”  David Horowitz, The David Horowitz Freedom Center, February 8, 2012 Continue reading