Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Roundup: Sharia, Light Bulbs and Obama

While Obama and his ilk are cuddling up to Muslims in a misguided attempt to appease the extremists, people who actually know about the reality of the world are saying something else.

Sharia a danger to U.S., security pros say
A panel of national security experts who worked under Republican and Democratic presidents is urging the Obama administration to abandon its stance that Islam is not linked to terrorism, arguing that radical Muslims are using Islamic law to subvert the United States.
After all the groans and whines from the left about Roger Abel donating $1 toward Republicans, the next op-ed explores other relationships.

Turning off the light of liberty
...While the ban [incandescent lights] was initiated in 2007, before the Obama administration took power, it has not gone unnoticed that the chief executive officer of General Electric, Jeffrey Immelt, "sits on Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board." Recovery is nowhere in sight, while GE closes its factory making incandescent light bulbs.

There's more. GE was the recipient of bailout funds and "stands to benefit from current and future contracts with the U.S. government." Connect the dots. GE owns MSNBC, a cable news channel famous for its adulation of President Obama before and since his election.


Everything Obama does is right out of "Rules for Radicals." And most of his comments lately are either misleading at best, or an out-right lie at worse.

Polarizer In Chief
If any doubts remain that President Obama isn't the "post-partisan" uniter as advertised, witness his oddly personal attack on House Minority Leader John Boehner last week.

Acting more like a hired gun, the president stormed into Boehner's Ohio district to single out the Republican leader for rebuke, disparaging him as a country club elitist who cares only about "millionaires."

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