Record number of Americans unemployed
Record number of Americans unemployed
Why should American public believe President Obama about Syria?
“It doesn’t take a majority to make a rebellion; it takes only a few determined leaders and a sound cause.” — H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) American Journalist
The other day I posed an article from the American Spectator entitled… John Kerry’s Bright Shining Lie
In brief: The article described how both Kerry and Obama recklessly helped sell the notion that “Bush Lied” about WMD’s in Iraq. They misled the country about Iraq’s WMD’s for a political agenda and the end results as we see today is Iraq’s WMD’s where allowed to be moved to Syria. The gassing of people in Syria that we see today in Syria would have never happened had not John Kerry and Obama provided cover with their lies.
Do you think that either Kerry or Obama have any feelings of remorse full well knowing that they set the stage for thousands of innocent people to die? Or do they feel that they are above it all and they are so important and callous enough that that they are willing to sacrifice a few people for their greater cause? And what is a few? five, a hundred or a thousand?
The question that comes into play….Is do politicians have a soul? A man without morals and ethics is nothing more than hollow shell that pretends to be a human being. The philosophy of morality is ethics which is synonymous with “goodness” or “rightness” while amorality is variously defined as an unawareness of, indifference toward, or disbelief in any set of moral standards or principles.
A lie is the absence of truth and when the political establishment lies to the people the ramifications can be enormous. An since one of the greatest liars of all time sits in the White House, the consequences of enormous can be many fold.
Barack Obama is a very strange man and there is only thing that is important to Barack Obama and that is the welfare of Barack Obama. Everything else is secondary.
Any man who could make a statement like this is void of all ethics and moral standards and it borders on criminal hypocrisy:
Does not the definition of amorality … an unawareness of, indifference toward, or disbelief in any set of moral standards or principles fit him to a tea? His indifference toward the British and Israel who are longtime allies of America does not fit a standing President, but he has no problem bowing to the King of Saudi Arabia. Such conduct in itself tells who he is.
He has no respect towards America or Constitutional Law, it is all about him. He has come to the point in his Presidency where he has told one lie to many and even the idiots who voted for him are beginning to wake up.
America will pay a big price for this absence of leadership, both in coin and respect of this country. Our foes have become embolden because they see right through him. And people like Putin can run circles around him in foreign policy. Putin has stepped up to the top of the class and has relegated Obama to the back of the class.
He will go down in history as the worst President ever and for making that statement I will be called a “racists.”
We tar and feather a rodeo clown for wearing an Obama mask while the real clown goes golfing and a senile old Senator play card games on his cell phone.
GOD HELP US!
One of the many unintended consequences of the political crusade for increased homeownership among minorities, and low-income people in general, has been a housing boom and bust that left many foreclosed homes that had to be rented, because there were no longer enough qualified buyers.
The repercussions did not stop there. Many homeowners have discovered that when renters replace homeowners as their neighbors, the neighborhood as a whole can suffer.
The physical upkeep of the neighborhood, on which everyone’s home values depend, tends to decline.
“Who’s going to paint the outside of a rented house?” one resident was quoted as saying in a recent New York Times story.
Renters tend to be of a lower socioeconomic level than homeowners. They are also less likely to join neighborhood groups, including neighborhood watches to keep an eye out for crime. In some cases, renters have introduced unsavory or illegal activities into family-oriented communities of homeowners that had not had such activities before.
None of this should be surprising. Individuals and groups of all sorts have always differed from one another in many ways, throughout centuries of history and in countries around the world. Left to themselves, people tend to sort themselves out into communities of like-minded neighbors.
This has been so obvious that only the intelligentsia could misconstrue it — and only ideologues could devote themselves to crusading against people’s efforts to live and associate with other people who share their values and habits.