“I think it’s important to recognize that you can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy…” – Barak Obama

This is his single best expression yet of our president’s failure. It’s beautiful, because it explains the necessity of terminating your Constitutional liberties by invoking the presumed imperative of your ‘one hundred percent security.’ Of course you’re willing to sacrifice the founding principles of your country for ‘one hundred percent security’ – aren’t you?

This is a man who has become a mouthpiece; a man who, as predicted by his wife before his election, has become so far removed from his country, by his second term, he’s no longer aware of what his country is. If you want 100 percent security from car crashes, you not only don’t move around in automobiles, you can’t approach a road. If you want 100 percent security from, well, you get the point.

He follows this linguistic fraud with an assertion that ‘no one is listening to your phone calls.’ We impeached Bill Clinton because he egregiously lied about screwing an aide. Good people are applauding Barak Obama as he egregiously lies about screwing an entire nation. If he believes himself, he’s an idiot. If he doesn’t, he’s a traitor.

I can, surprisingly, understand his position. He’s been out of the sun for years, surrounded by frightening personalities posing frightening scenarios; telling him, over and over, what he must do, or else. It takes real strength of character to withstand that. It takes a real addiction to liberty. It takes a real love for your country.

I believe Mr. Obama was a good man. Once.

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