Gitmo, open borders and speech

Obama will do anything possible to close Guantanamo, while he refuses to close the borders in this country as problematic.

A planned terrorist attack in Fort Hood must be called something more palatable than terrorism. A woman is beheaded by a coworker shouting Islamic phases, and aligns himself with ISIS, but somehow cannot be labeled terrorism. Yet they commonly label any criticism of certain individuals or groups as hate speech.

Hurt certain people’s feelings and it is “hate speech”. Killing people to terrorize masses of others cannot be called terrorism.

The left pushes the hate speech agenda, and wants to create laws to censor what people can say. But they really want to close Gitmo. Hating Gitmo does not qualify as hate speech.

People can destroy a whole community in Ferguson and call it a “civil rights” demonstration. No civil rights need apply to property and business owners.

Tens and tens of thousands of illegals invading our border calls for humanitarian aid. They claim our duty is to meet and care for all the needs of illegals. Aid and security to citizens by enforcing the border laws is suddenly inhumane. Elián González eat your heart out.

“Hate speech” and “racism” labels are acceptable catchall words; their use is encouraged to improve dialogue and debate.

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Snowden’s faith in Obama was rocked

Snowden had ‘faith’ in Obama, but was disappointed

By JENNIFER EPSTEIN — Politico

6/17/13

 Edward Snowden says he decided to release classified information about national security surveillance after President Obama failed to live up to his 2008 campaign promises.

“Obama’s campaign promises and election gave me faith that he would lead us toward fixing the problems he outlined in his quest for votes,” Snowden said in a Monday question-and-answer session with readers of The Guardian. “Many Americans felt similarly.”

“Unfortunately,” he continued, “shortly after assuming power, [Obama] closed the door on investigating systemic violations of law, deepened and expanded several abusive programs, and refused to spend the political capital to end the kind of human rights violations like we see in Guantanamo, where men still sit without charge.” 

Sounds like that snowball of Snowden’s turned into a boulder, sitting on his shoulder.
And Obama’s ‘campaign blame’ is getting a dose of his own medicine.