Bothered by Obama?
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, 9:01 p.m.
Does it bother anyone that President Obama:
• Has appointed devout Muslims to positions in his administration while attacking Christians — Catholics in particular — by forcing them by law to defy their religious beliefs?
• Discontinued White House tours, supposedly due to cost, while his family and their dogs take countless extravagant vacations, often flying on separate, taxpayer-funded planes?
• Closed the World War II Memorial to veterans in their late 80s and 90s, trying to deny them what will be the last opportunity for many to view it?
• Lied and withheld information regarding Operation Fast and Furious, which provided firearms to Mexican drug cartels that eventually killed an American and an untold number of Mexicans?
• Lied and withheld information regarding why Americans were being killed in Benghazi, but reinforcements were told to stand down?
• Uses the IRS to target conservative groups for harassment and the NSA to snoop on our communications?
Does it bother anyone that we have elected Obama twice?
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