Actions show where Obama's heart lies

Since Barack Obama has been president, Islamic radical Abdulhakim Muhammad fired more than a dozen rounds into two American soldiers in Arkansas, killing one. Islamic radical Nidal Hasan is accused of murdering 12 Americans at Fort Hood. Islamic radical Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is charged with trying to blow up a U.S.-bound flight on Christmas Day -- after his own father warned an American embassy that he may be up to something. Yet for some reason, he went unchallenged through two checkpoints after the warning, and long after his name became part of a federal database of those with suspected ties to suspected terrorists.


Obama's predecessor still is blamed for the 9-11 attacks because intelligence reports stated that Osama bin Laden may try something. However, Obama said little of the Christmas Day drawers debacle, nor is he "blamed" for anything, even though Umar's name is in the database and his father reported him as a clear and present danger.

Funny -- well, not really; sad, actually -- that as narcissistic and camera-seeking as he is, Obama goes mum and invisible when Islamic radicals kill or attempt to kill American Zionists. This is not a coincidence, Just look at his history of friends and mentors -- Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright and so on.

When does the commander in chief decide to speak with some conviction? When a racist militant Harvard professor is arrested! Obama addresses the nation inside of 48 hours and says of the entire Cambridge Police Department, it "acted stupidly," then proclaims that he does not have all of the facts.

Obama's heart's allegiance is evident. His "57 states" claim? A U.S. senator and presidential candidate does not know how many states there are? There are 50 U.S. states, but 57 member states in the Organization of the Islamic Conference.

He is spending the country into ruin. He is weakening our security. Some destroy with bombs. Some destroy from within. You wanted him? Well, there he is.

And Congress: Article II Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution is rather obvious, no?

Lee Benedict