The internet exploded when President Obama, when speaking of ways to reduce gun violence, began to cry. Yes, real tears ran down his face — and stayed there for several minutes as people watched, aghast. [Read more…]
Before CNN’s Republican Presidential Primary debate, President Obama gave the candidates a lecture of sorts. It seems even the most progressive president in history isn’t satisfied with the extremely liberal media dishing out all of the attacks anymore. David French at National Review explains:
Dissent is the highest form of patriotism. Except when it’s not. The president — fresh from giving our jihadist enemy a massive economic and military stimulus — lectures the candidates: “In the echo chamber that is presidential politics, everything is dark and everything is terrible,” he said. “They don’t seem to offer many solutions to the disasters they perceive, but they’re quick to tell you who to blame. There’s nothing particularly patriotic or American about talking down America, especially when we stand as one of the few sources of economic strength in the world.”
The only problem? President Obama wouldn’t be in office today had he not traveled America for years trashing our country. His wife stated that she had never been proud to be an American until her husband’s successful campaign for the White House. President Obama himself said that his goal was to transform our nation. He even goes as far to criticize some Republicans today for saying the same things he said before becoming President.
Isn’t that rich? All of this from the most unpatriotic President in our nation’s history, whose own party has, as Sen. Ted Cruz likes to say on the stump, a crazy haired, wild-eyed socialist running for President… and Bernie Sanders!
The Moral ‘High Horse’ of Apologizing for Other People’s Actions: What Obama and Donald Miller Have in Common
There are few moral fashions more tiresome than the largely liberal tendency to “apologize” for the actions of others — whether it’s America’s past sins, the sins of Medieval Christianity, or the actions of your contemporary political opponents. [Read more…]
“Where were you born?” [Read more…]