Obama’s definition of winning is as grounded in reality as Charlie Sheen’s.
875,000 names is not a gang. It is not a guerrilla force. It’s not a few men in a cave somewhere. It’s an army and should be treated like one.
“I think where we might want to make a distinction is among those dual citizens who have completely rejected any sense of loyalty to Canada and gone out and committed … acts of war against Canada.”
“War is hell. And there is no constitutional doctrine that exempts American citizens from that hell when they choose to wage war against their own country.”
Obama seems eager to violate the civil rights of legal gun owners on the off chance that one life might be saved, he isn’t willing to do it to protect Americans from terrorism or gang violence.
Four months ago, to the day, Al Qaeda carried out a successful attack on the Benghazi mission is the perfect time for Obama to announce that Al Qaeda has been defeated and can never attack us again.
Obsessing over al-Qaeda’s inventive new bombs gets us no closer to winning the War on Terror