Forgive me, but I'm feeling a tad ticked off. Why? Because I'm growing weary of living in Alice's Wonderland.
Here's the facts:
Last Thursday, 14 people were massacred at Fort Hood, which is an American defense post in Texas. (We keep hearing "13" but that's BS. One murdered woman was carrying an unborn baby. So we're talking 14.)
42 people were wounded.
The "alleged" perpetrator is a fellow named Nidal Malik Hasan.
This was a terrorist attack on American soil -- on an American Army base! -- and I don't give a bleep whether the terrorist's name is Hasan or Maloney. We're talking no brainers, here, friends.
And it happened on Obama's watch.
Remember the swine flu? It hasn't gone away. You enter "swine flu" into Google and guess where you're taken? Directly to the government-run CDC. This stands for "Center for Disease Control" but so far the government hasn't done much in controlling the disease.
My niece is a physician. She got the disease a couple of weeks ago.
I work part time with hospital patients undergoing bone marrow transplants.
Neither one of us have been vaccinated. Have you? I thought not.
And yet this country is actually considering the notion of putting health care in charge of the federal government!!! Are you kidding me???
Folks, it's time to wake up. Under the Obama watch, this country has been attacked on her own soil by a terrorist. Under the Obama watch, this country has been deprived of a vaccine to prevent what we've been told is a deadly disease.
Under the Obama watch, we've seen more "czars" -- people with enormous power who need not undergo any congressional approval or even investigation -- than pre-revolutionary Russia had ever seen.
Do we pray for the terrorist? Of course we do. Do we pray for Obama? Of course we do.
Do we just sit back and let this bleep happen?
You decide. I've already decided.
While President Obama is fit -- and evidently more than eager -- to be an emperor, emperor status is not afforded under the United States Constitution.
He should be impeached and removed from office.
I'm Kelly Thatcher and I so approve of this message.
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