I have written two books chronicling President Obama’s nightmarish path of destruction, but since the second one was published, events have been happening at an even more explosive pace. Who would have ever imagined that Ronald Reagan’s famous statement that “freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction” would turn out to be a gross understatement?
In the past several weeks alone, alarming events have transpired that are enormously disturbing by themselves. Taken together, they are borderline horrifying, yet Obama proceeds, undeterred.
-- David Limbaugh, June 12 WorldNetDaily column
Obama and his allies have failed miserably at everything except destroying the U.S. economy and expanding the welfare state. His comments about gun control are an effort to draw attention away from the failures, corruption, lies and subterfuge that have been the hallmarks of his presidency and focus attention on a shouting match between billionaire Mike Bloomberg and the “gun lobby.”
-- Jeff Knox, June 12 WND column
Now we come to Barack Hussein Obama, declared Person of the Year by Time in 2008 and 2012. (Time changed the title from Man of the Year to Person of the Year in 1999.) Obama has been the most destructive president in American history. He is known as the most biblically hostile president. He has incessantly attacked the foundations of America. He has attempted to tear down the Constitution and recreate it in his own image. He has been labeled America’s first gay president, is a shameless supporter of the murder of children in the womb (even attempting to force private institutions to fund it, Proverbs 6:16-19) and has abused his power in an attempt to strip American citizens of their Second Amendment right to bear arms. Obama without question is following in pursuit of the dictators honored by Time magazine.
-- Bradlee Dean, June 12 WND column
When millions of Egyptians rallied in the streets to overthrow Muslim Brotherhood warlord Muhammad Morsi as president, Obama suspended aid he had earmarked for the tyrant he helped bring to power.
When a Muslim Brotherhood army that included a strong al-Qaida element set out to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad, Obama sought congressional approval for airstrikes to support the insurgents – and he did help arm them.
He can’t wait to turn Afghanistan over to the “Tallybon,” as he likes to call them. He even released five of their top commanders from Guantanamo Bay using the excuse of bringing home an American captive. Of course that “prisoner of war” turned out to be a deserter and a Taliban collaborator.
There’s a pattern here. If you can’t see it, check your lenses. Obama supports the Muslim Brotherhood. To expect him to come to Iraq’s aid with air power that can blow away much of the al-Qaida terrorist army amassing on the road to Baghdad would be foolhardy. It’s against all his instincts.
There’s another reason Obama has hesitated to take this obvious action. This will be hard to believe for some, but the facts are becoming more apparent everyday: Obama fosters chaos.
-- Joseph Farah, June 13 WND column
Newsflash to black Americans: Barack Obama has never loved you, and by now it should be clear to you!
Suddenly Obama is creating a series of crises that overwhelm the American system – crises that only he can “solve” by imposing solutions that: 1) help destroy the country he detests, 2) help the Democratic Party maintain its stranglehold over its constituencies and 3) feed his strange need for absolute power.
Obama’s latest crisis is the invasion occurring at our Southern border. We now have a national emergency on our hands. It’s one that will devastate Obama’s original constituency – black Americans – more than any other group.
-- Jesse Lee Peterson, June 15 WND column
Finally, speaking of a typical liberal, Barack Obama has been called by some the Antichrist. Maybe, maybe not. But it is certainly fair to call him the Antimoses. Moses, you may recall, spent years leading his people through the desert to the Promised Land. Obama, on the other hand, has spent years leading his people from the Promised Land to the desert.
-- Burt Prelutsky, June 17 WND column
Iraq, the “Rome” we spent billions of dollars to liberate – not to mention the loss of 4,487 dead and another 32,226 wounded soldiers – was burning. Islamic extremists were busy executing civilians and Iraqi troops as they made their way to Baghdad. Our embassy staff was being evacuated
… while Obama golfed!
With our troops in Afghanistan, the Taliban was busy cutting off the fingers of those who voted in the weekend election as a warning to others
… while Obama golfed!
Meanwhile, the Russians, to whom former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented a “reset button,” were busy tightening their grip on Ukraine
… while Obama golfed!
Even closer to home, our southern border is in chaos. We have a humanitarian crisis on our hands unlike anything we have ever experienced
… while Obama golfed!
-- Jane Chastain, June 18 WND column
While many, for some unfathomable reason, remain wedded to the idea that this and countless other developments involving the Obama administration are the result of its incompetence, others have reached the point where their ability to suspend their disbelief has been stretched beyond the breaking point, and they no longer believe it is a matter of political ineptitude or poor leadership.
As I have said before in this space, operating outside of the realm of believability has been a deliberate tactic of this regime, and a largely complicit establishment press contributed to its success.
Thus, despite overwhelming evidence, many Americans will still find it difficult to accept that the rise of ISIS was facilitated by the Obama administration.
-- Erik Rush, June 18 WND column
In my latest blog post, I discuss the poll in which a majority of Americans agreed with the view that the Bergdahl swap warrants Barack Obama’s impeachment and removal from office. Outraged over the Bergdahl swap, many people have awakened to the need to deal with Obama’s de facto coup d’état attempt, which they may finally have found the eyes to see. But as with a person startled from sleep, crying out and casting about in confusion, this momentary scramble to stave off suddenly perceived danger is unlikely to be long-lasting or effective.
-- Alan Keyes, June 19 WND column