Monday, July 20, 2015

Two Things to Take Away From Tennessee Terrorist Attack

You might not be able to see the sign in the photo below, so click on it to see the bigger picture.

When you do, you’ll notice that – amidst all the terrorist-created bullet holes – it reads: “FEDERAL INSTALLATION. FIREARMS ARE PROHIBITED IN THIS FACILITY.”

I’m pretty sure that’s the definition of tragic irony right there.

I’m also pretty sure it serves as two blatant signs of how damaging Obama’s positions are for this country.

Number 1: Despite what the president says, banning guns doesn’t stop gun violence. It can’t when it does nothing to stop criminals from using guns; it only limits law-abiding citizens, as evidenced by the terrorist attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where a drug-using, drunk-driving-convicted, 24-year-old Muslim by the name of Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez opened fire on a military recruiting center, killing four, fatally wounding a fifth and injuring at least two others.

By law, there were no weapons present for the purpose of defense. Only to offend and assault.

You wouldn’t know that from listening to Obama or his media minions, of course. As far as I’m aware, Obama is ignoring what just happened, instead sending out a friendly Happy Ramadan message to Muslims everywhere.

Which brings me to my second point…

Number 2: We’re at war with radical Islam.

We’re not at war with all Muslims, but we also shouldn’t be out to kiss up to them. Islam has unfortunately proven to be a religion that breeds an alarming amount of hatred. Hatred of America. Hatred of women. Hatred of freedom.

Not trying to be offensive here, but after how-many terrorist attacks by Muslims in the last six years, it’s insane to conclude anything else.

Yet President Obama refuses to acknowledge the obvious, no matter how many acts of terrorism are committed on his watch. (If your PC training has affected your memory, click here for a reminder. It’s a painfully long list.)

So how do I conclude this particular blog post? I guess I’ll do so by saying this: It’s a real shame so many people have to get damaged so that one man can play God with American lives.


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