We can’t have been the only one’s who found it odd that the day after the Paris attacks, the President of France already had ISIS targets to hit and destroy, and that those ISIS targets were even still standing in the first place. Sharyl Attkisson might have the reason as to why…
… I have talked to people who have worked in the Obama administration who firmly believe he has made up his mind, uh — I would say closed his mind, they say — to their intelligence that they’ve tried to bring him about various groups that he does not consider terrorists, even if they are on the U.S. list of designated terrorists.
He has his own ideas, and there are those who’ve known him a long time who say this dates back to law school. He does not necessarily — you may think this is a good trait you may think this is a bad trait — he does not necessarily listen to the people with whom he disagrees. He seems to dig in. That would be, I would suppose he would say because he thinks he’s right. He is facing formidable opposition on this particular point.
So basically, as Islamic extremists continue to kill people and commit acts of terror, at least according to Sharyl Attkisson (and most likely true), the President’s solution is…
Hey, remember when President Obama promised to unite us? Remember when he told us he’d finally be the one to reach across the aisle and put partisan politics aside to truly reform Washington?
Yeah, about that. Not only did he obviously not even try to do so with healthcare reform, federal spending or energy policy… but he can’t even do that with Terrorism.
Post 9/11, George W. Bush had the highest approval rating of any president. 92%. He did that by, instead of divide-and-conquering, uniting Americans together in the face of evil. Even in the face of terrorism, with an overwhelming amount of Americans wanting our borders and security beefed up, Obama can’t listen to anyone who doesn’t follow him lock-step.
Tell us again about “the great uniter”?