We’ve got Islamic terrorists running wild all across the Middle East; some of them have started raising hell in Europe. They’re slaughtering Muslims for not being Muslim enough, Christians for not being Muslim period, cartoonists for “blaspheming” their prophet, and pretty much anyone else who doesn’t conform to their ever-changing standards. And yet our Apologist-in-Chief will not refer to ISIS as Islamic terrorists, instead preferring to draw our attention to his opinion that it’s our fault. The West isn’t being sensitive enough to Islam and we should feel sorry, he says.
It doesn’t take much of a leap to realize that Obama acts in no way like a leader who loves his country and what it stands for, and that’s why Rudy Giuliani deserves praise for actually being brave enough to say it. Giuliani, who was the mayor of New York City on 9/11 and throughout the aftermath, has shown something that Obama never has: The courage to voice his true beliefs.
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Giuliani certainly did not mince his words: “I do not believe that the President loves America. He doesn’t love you, he doesn’t love me. The reality is, from all that I can see of this president, all that I’ve heard of him, he apologizes for America, he criticizes America.”
What else can you say about a president that is so politically correct about Islam that he won’t even acknowledge one of the world’s most violent terrorist groups for the violent cult of bloodshed that it is?
If Obama loved America, he would show even a hint of respect for the values that America has cherished for over 200 years. America was built on a Christian moral framework, but Obama would rather roll out the proverbial red carpet for the extremist Muslim community than to even acknowledge the presence of Islamic fundamentalists that want to see Christianity wiped off the face off the earth. He would rather sit there and list what he sees as America’s flaws — remember, Obama rode his way into the White House on a wave of momentum based on his Hope to Change America — than recognize the danger that these zealots pose.
Predictably, Giuliani has faced a firestorm of criticism from Obama’s leftist shills in the media, but he isn’t backing down. Until 2016 rolls around and we finally have the opportunity to get an actual leader in the Oval Office, one that respects the America that came before him and works to preserve our values instead of slavishly apologizing for them, we can only hope that more powerful voices like Giuliani’s denounce Obama for the coward he is.