One Gold Star Mom, Tina Houchins, dares to question Obama about an issue that many Americans are concerned about. His response will ENRAGE you.
Here is the question she asked:
But what I have been careful about when I describe these issues is to make sure that we do not lump these murderers into the billion Muslims that exist around the world, including in this country, who are peaceful, who are responsible, who in this country, are our fellow troops and police officers and firefighters and teachers and neighbors and friends.
And what I learned from listening to some of these Muslim families both in the United States and overseas is that when you start calling these organizations Islamic terrorists, the way it’s heard, the way it’s received by our friends and allies around the world is that somehow Islam is terroristic. And that then makes them feel as if they’re under attack. In some cases, it makes it harder for us to get their cooperation in fighting terrorism. So do I think that if somebody uses the phrase Islamic terrorism that it’s a huge deal?
Full Transcript: CNN
Obama has no problem laying blame at America’s feet for wrongdoing real or imagined. We all remember his ‘apology tour’.
Obama has no problem using incendiary language about his AMERICAN opponents.
‘Bitter Clingers’ ring any bells?
Obama used the occasion of the ANNUAL Prayer Breakfast — of all places — to throw Christianity under the bus for what had been done in its name in history.
But when a foreign leader mentions ‘ISLAMIC’ terror in the context of his own nation being attacked? Well, this is how he handles it:
President Obama is so paranoid about linking terrorists to the Muslim faith that when French President François Hollande used the phrase “Islamist terrorism” at a meeting in Washington, White House officials posted their official press video with audio of the words cut out completely.
The 8-minute clip was posted on the White House Web site and showed Hollande discussing the global terror threat at a Nuclear Security Summit meeting with Obama and advisers Thursday.
The White House’s transcript of the event shows the French leader declared at the 4:49 minute mark that “the roots of terrorism, Islamist terrorism, is in Syria and in Iraq.”
But rather than include Hollande’s remark in its entirety, the Obama administration posted footage in which his interpreter’s English translation of the words “Islamist terrorism” was missing.
The audio gap was first reported by the Media Research Center, a media watchdog.
After initially posting the video without the edits, the White House took it down and uploaded it again with the interpreter’s voice muted, the MRC reported.
The nonprofit group reported that the White House’s official MP3 recording of the meeting was also censored, but that the transcript was not.
“Thanks, of course, Ministry of Propaganda offices at WH for going ahead and simply posting the proof!” a user wrote in a comment on the White House’s YouTube page.
Another wrote: “Nice backtracking, White House. You tried to censor Hollande and you know it.”
Of course, the most damning example of all was when Obama stood before the world at the UN, and called the murder in Benghazi a REACTION to wrongdoing done in AMERICA. He LIED, he KNEW it, and … worse still … said that the future does not belong to those who slander the prophet: