Incomprehensible? That's Obama
Re. Ellen Shar's letter “Incomprehensible & disrespectful” (Aug. 4) and others who wrote in support of Joni Campbell's letter “Incomprehensible hatred” (July 21): Please pay attention to the following comments.
The office of the president of the United States has become a joke, mostly because it has been ignored by the other world leaders and become a global disgrace. There is a lack of leadership — both domestically and internationally — by its current occupant.
Four Americans were murdered at the U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya, and workers there were sworn to silence. No need for President Obama to interrupt a golf game or fundraising trip when Benghazi “really doesn't matter.”
Think about the following: Shariah law, the Muslim Brotherhood, racism, scandals in the IRS and VA, illegal immigration.
Obama is being blocked by the U.S. Constitution and its ideology. His “divide-and-conquer” ideology doesn't work well here in America, as reflected by his low approval ratings.
When the president and his cronies can decide which laws to enforce and which to ignore, welcome to the world of make-believe.
Real people in the real world compromise daily and help each other. We follow the laws handed down by our forefathers and parents. They left us a fair and united country that is still a great place, under God, to live, love and raise kids with similar ideologies.
I'm not a Republican, but I'll need to act like one when we need to salvage America the Beautiful.
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