An admitted cocaine user. The instigator of socialist laws, such as Obamacare. A man who says that global warming is the greatest threat to the United States national security. That’s the current American president, Barack Hussein Obama.

The same gentleman also worshiped in the “church” of the “Reverend” Jeremiah Wright for over a dozen years, calling the avowed racist preacher his “uncle and mentor.” Please be reminded of Wright’s  infamous “God damn America” rant, where he pounded his church podium, and proclaimed, “The government gives them the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes a three-strike law and then wants us to sing ‘God Bless America.’ No, no, no, God damn America, that’s in the Bible for killing innocent people.  God damn America for treating our citizens as less than human. God damn America for as long as she acts like she is God and she is supreme.” While Obama campaigned that he was the heroic figure who would cure racism in America, he cuddled under the yoke   of Wright (who married Obama and baptized his children), succumbing to further hatred outburst from the Chicago preacher such as: “[The United States] government lied about their belief that all men were created equal.  The truth is, they believed all white men were created equal.”

The Barackster has not only failed miserably in curing racism, he has been one of the leading instigators in fueling its fires. His recent commentary on Thanksgiving is yet another example of his true goal of perpetuating the divide among America’s varied racial groups. On this crucial day of harmony, he compared the Syrian refugees to the pilgrims. Specifically, Obama reckoned their plight, saying “Nearly four centuries after the Mayflower set sail, the world is still full of pilgrims. Men and women who want nothing but a safer, better future for themselves and their families.”

Obama, with a fiery glow of monstrous exaggeration in his eyes, spoke his perceived warmth of the crowds of Americans, who would rush to open their personal homes’ doors to assist the Syrians trying to escape the brutality of ISIL. With a glimmer of faux charisma, the Obaminator bellowed that he was “touched by the generosity of Americans.” He spoke of particular U.S. citizens, including a woman described as being from Pennsylvania, who purportedly told him that she would take in Syrian Refugees even though “Money is tight for us in my household. But I have a guest room. I have a pantry full of food. We can do this.”

The vast majority of Americans sentiment is not in line with the president’s views. They are concerned that ISIS operatives and/or other radical Islamic terrorists may be part of the wave of Syrian refugees seeking asylum in the U.S. The government currently does not have a reliable vetting process to determine the backgrounds of the Syrians; in many cases the government cannot even verify their names. Recently, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would prevent the entrance of the 10,000 Syrian refugees, who Obama so badly – and recklessly – wants to admit within our borders.

The Obaminator refuses to acknowledge the very rationale fear that most Americans possess. In contradiction to this apprehension, he declared, “No refugee can enter our borders until they undergo the highest checks of anyone traveling to the United States. That was the case before Paris and it’s the case now.”

As usual, Obama offered no specifics. More so, he has completely ignored this fact: the “highest checks” cannot verify the real identities of many of these people.

Donald Trump has taken an opposite approach to Obama. He has suggested deporting over 2,000 illegal alien Syrians upon becoming president. Trump also came up with the clever – and compassionate – idea of creating a “safe zone” area within Syria for refugees who are truly frightened of their leadership. Pursuant to Trump’s plan, the United States and allies would provide economic and other aid to build this safe zone area. This is a logical and humane conclusion to this complex issue, which Obama so sadly tries to purport as being a one dimensional matter.

FYI: The Syrian refugees are hardly like the plight of the pilgrims. The same is self-explanatory, wherein an early elementary school student could articulate the so obvious differences.

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