The “Random” Thought Of Barack Obama

Obama in 1941

“For the last six years, Obama has acted as if the biggest threat to American security in that part of the world is the Israeli government…” — Charles Krauthammer

“Obama followed up his recent probing and informative interviews with YouTube celebrities by granting an interview to liberal blog Vox, during which he claimed the terror attack on a Paris kosher deli was “random.” It isn’t clear what the president means by calling the attacks “random.” The deli shooter, Amedy Coulibaly, had previously pledged support for ISIS, and his wife even recently filmed a propaganda video for the group calling for more terror attacks on France. Furthermore, the choice of target was far from random. Porte de Vincennes was a kosher deli servicing the local Jewish community. All four of Coulibaly’s murdered hostages were French JewsYahoo Finance

“Obama has sparked some widespread fury over his recent comments to Vox about the Jewish individuals who were brutally killed by terrorists in Paris — specifically, he labeled them “a bunch of folks” who were randomly shot … Obama went on, seeming to place the blame for terrorist attacks at the feet of the United States.” — Washington Times

“Amedy Coulibaly said openly and proudly that he was targeting Jews. No one disputes this, except for Barack Obama … And we know he’s perfectly comfortable denouncing crimes committed in “in the name of Christ” no matter how ancient they may be. But crimes in the name of Allah must not be named as such — or at all.”Jonah Goldberg

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Had the Bataan Death March been orchestrated by Muslims instead of the Imperial Japanese Army, Barack Obama would have labeled it a random act of hiking.

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About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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