Tuesday, December 15, 2009

'Terrorist Sympathizer' Obama Bringing Terrorists Into the Heartland. Can you Believe This is Happening in America?

The New Yorker got into some trouble last year with this cover of Barack and Michelle Obama, but 16 months later, we're now seeing the New Yorker was on to something. The liberals owe the New Yorker magazine an apology. Barack Obama is now known to people with a 'functioning' brain as an 'anti-American.' He never has anything good to say about America as he goes around the world apologizing for and demonizing this country. Apparently Obama didn't learn any history at all those elite schools he attended. (Maybe his grade weren't that good and that's why his records are sealed) Liberals applaud when he apologizes for America because liberals are idiots... Obama and his terrorist loving attorney general Eric Holder will be giving KSM a civilian trial in New York City and now he's sending terrorists to Illinois. This cover is PERFECT for this post and as for Michelle, we're sure she isn't taking her shoe off and smacking the shit out of Obama with it when she learns of what Obama is doing to this country, the country she is finally proud of..

Republicans were lining up to criticize the Obama administration Tuesday over its decision to transfer detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to a prison in Illinois, accusing President Obama of increasing the threat to America's security by making the U.S. home to suspected terrorists.

The administration announced Tuesday in a letter sent to Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn that the government will acquire the Thomson Correctional Center in Thomson, Ill., an underutilized 1,600-cell prison in a sleepy town near the Mississippi River, to house detainees currently held at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo.

"We write to inform you that the president has directed, with our unanimous support, that the federal government proceed with the acquisition of the facility in Thomson," read the letter, signed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, U.S. Attorney Eric Holder and Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair. "Not only will this help address the urgent overcrowding problem at our nation's federal prisons, but it will also help achieve our goal of closing the detention center at Guantanamo in a timely, secure, and lawful manner."

A host of Republican lawmakers were quick to denounce the move, saying the transfer to U.S. soil will give terrorists constitutional rights and could pose a grave threat to the state's security.

"The American people and a bipartisan majority of the Congress have already rejected bringing terrorists to U.S. soil for long-term detention, and current law prohibits it," Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said in a statement. "The administration has failed to explain how transferring terrorists to Gitmo North will make Americans safer than keeping these terrorists off of our shores in the secure facility in Cuba." READ MORE...

No comments:

Post a Comment