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Thursday, June 4, 2009

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Silence Gives Consent

From: rj6108, via Duane Buckley...
Around May 20, there were four people arrested in New York for planning to put bombs outside various (Jewish) potential targets, and also planning to shoot missiles at New York’s National Guard aircraft. According to CNN, “Police said three of the suspects have prior criminal records and all were believed to consider themselves Muslim.
I looked through the White House Press Releases from President Osama and found no comments regarding this issue. (http://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing_room/PressReleases/ ) Guess it is because no one was killed.
On Sunday, May 31, Dr. Tiller (who is reported responsible for killing upwards of 60,000 kids in their last trimester before birth) is shot and killed. Within hours, the President Obama has a new release on this subject.
On Monday, June 1st two soldiers are shot and one of them is killed outside a Little Rock Military Recruiting Office. The person arrested: “The suspect is Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad (known before his conversion to Islam as Carlos Leon Bledsoe)..."(URL http://www.dailymail.com/Opinion/DonSurber/200906030767
As of this writing, there are no comments from President Obama regarding this issue. Of course, we know he is overseas right now, probably busy working on his speech to the Muslim world.
So let’ s take a quick look again at the White House Press Releases (same place where we found the instant comment on Dr. Tiller’s demise) and see if there has been enough time for him to address this issue.
On Monday, the day of the shooting of our soldier’s in Little Rock, there were 5 press releases; on Tuesday June 2nd, there were 11 press releases; onWednesday June 3rd, there were 6 press releases.
Could there be a pattern developing here???

1 comment:

RebeccaH said...

What do you expect from a vote-conscious sociopath?

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