Obama’s reactions to recent violent acts

I talked about how the media is blacking out muslim violence.

Bobby Eberle has a great piece on The Loft that deals with this:

Apparently... Not All 'Crazies' are Created Equal

It is obvious that the crack investigative teams of the phony media are pretty quick to analyze certain violent acts as long as they are not committed by muslims.

Rush Limbaugh also talked about liberal democRATS' and partisan media's rush to blame conservatives for violent acts by crazies.

As I said many times, liberal democRATs and the partisan media are not only covering for muslim terrorist acts but actually excusing them. I am going to talk about this more in the future but, there is something about how Kenyan-Indonesian-muslim POTUS reacted to these recent acts of violence:

The reaction by Barack Obama clearly shows where his priorities are as well, and they fall right in line with the media's. Within hours of the George Tiller murder, Obama issued this statement:

I am shocked and outraged by the murder of Dr. George Tiller as he attended church services this morning. However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence.

Within hours of the shooting on Wednesday at the Holocaust Museum, Obama issued this statement:

I am shocked and saddened by today’s shooting at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. This outrageous act reminds us that we must remain vigilant against anti-Semitism and prejudice in all its forms. No American institution is more important to this effort than the Holocaust Museum, and no act of violence will diminish our determination to honor those who were lost by building a more peaceful and tolerant world.

Today, we have lost a courageous security guard who stood watch at this place of solemn remembrance. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends in this painful time.

In contrast, Obama didn't issue any statement regarding the death of William Long by a Muslim extremist until three days after the shooting. In the statement, Obama said:

I am deeply saddened by this senseless act of violence against two brave young soldiers who were doing their part to strengthen our armed forces and keep our country safe. I would like to wish Quinton Ezeagwula a speedy recovery, and to offer my condolences and prayers to William Long’s family as they mourn the loss of their son.

In one statement, Obama talks about how we must "remain vigilant against anti-Semitism and prejudice in all its forms." In another statement, Obama references "our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion." But in an incident where a Muslim extremist not only kills an American solider but justifies the action as "ok," Obama does make any similar reference? This is pathetic.

I guess according to Obama and the media, the actions of Abdulhakim Muhammad are that of a crazy person and should not reflect a movement or sentiment of any kind. That's surely not the approach they take with the other two. Apparently, not all crazy people are created equal... at least not in the eyes of Obama and the left-wing media.

Just sit back and think about this whole thing for a minute folks...

Take your time...

Do you remember the phrase "connecting the dots"? Liberal democRATs were obsessed with it after 9-11. Our Kenyan-Indonesian-muslim president seems to willfully ignore the evidence in the shooting of American soldiers by a jihadi muslim. One can effectively make the case that the shooting of an American soldier may be a new al-qeada tactic and the shooter was a terrorist not a lone crazy like the other two shooters in other incidents.

I know, I know... His reaction to the killing of an American soldier is pathetic and pales in comparison to the other acts of violence. I am so disgusted by it that I don't even want to talk about it. This guy is supposed to be the commander-in-chief... It just is unbelievably disgusting.

God help the United States!

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