Obama claimed that we have become better at stopping the complicated plots like what happened on 9/11, so terrorists have turned to less complicated acts of violence such as mass shootings which are all too common in our society. He said that it is this type of attack that we saw at Fort Hood in 2009, (No, Obama, that was a muslim attack), in Chattanooga earlier this year, (wrong again, that was a muslim attack), and now in San Bernardino, (nope, muslim attack again). He then blamed the internet for erasing the distance between countries allowing terrorists to poison the minds of people like the Boston Marathon bombers (no guns used there Obama), and the San Bernardino killers. Wait, in less than 3 minutes Obama went from saying that the San Bernardino killers weren’t influenced by any terrorist organizations to now saying that they were and it’s the internet’s fault.
74 years ago, America was attacked by 353 Japanese planes and some midget torpedo submarines. 2,403 people were killed. Even a liberal like Franklin Delano Roosevelt had no problem naming the enemy. Japs! That’s right, Japs. We weren’t crippled by political correctness back then and could call a spade a spade. We didn’t have a population of pansies who squirmed if we insulted our enemy. Patriotism was considered a virtue.
In less than 4 years, the United States ended the war in the Pacific by dropping two nuclear bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We weren’t crying about collateral damage, we were winning. Crushing the enemy is how you win wars.
Now we face a bigger enemy, which has a seething hatred for America and the rest of the world. That enemy is Islam. There is no parsing it. It’s not just a radical element of Islam…
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