The Canada Free Press excoriates Obama, the Republican establishment, our media, Congress and our judicial system regarding the manner in which Obama has been treated. Here is a part of the article:
We’ve progressed four years with a man in the White House whose legal name we do not know, whose citizen status is still in question, and whose platform of transparency is really a wall of darkness. We’ve endured four years of wars and more wars, and accepted the designation of our own soil as a battleground. We’ve watched as the policies of the man occupying the seat in the Oval Office has set the Middle East afire and created a most dangerous situation for our closest ally in the Middle East in the process. We’ve permitted the executive and legislative branch of government to issue orders and pass legislation that tramples the rights of every American citizen, and watched as the judicial branch itself has not only turned a blind eye to lawlessness, but engaged in the very same activities from which it should protect its citizens.
Within the last four years, we’ve watched our government become infiltrated with Communists and Marxists, and Muslim terrorist sympathizers. We’ve become complacent to daily violations of our Fourth Amendment rights by the TSA, and allowed our wives, children, parents and others be fondled and groped under the false premise of security. We’ve accepted military and paramilitary maneuvers on our streets as if we are already a Banana Republic. We’ve watched as the bankers, together with our elected leaders and appointed officials, debase our currency and incrementally eradicate the middle class.
Yet, instead of demanding accountability on Soetoro/Obama’s Columbia records and all of the sealed records behind the man himself to determine allegiance, the best that conservatives in power, behind the microphone or behind the TV cameras have done is to turn what should be a national security issue into a Republican presidential strategy. Those who watched the Sean Hannity program last evening had front row seats into how the assertion by Wayne Allyn Root was molded into a political game of “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.” Have we, as a people, reached the glass ceiling of our collective intellectual prowess and concern for the future of our nation by reducing a vital national security issue into a mere election strategy?
The elected leaders sworn to uphold the laws and protect our nation have had four years to properly address the questions regarding the bona fides of the man known as Barack Hussein Obama. The conservatives of the airwaves have had ample opportunities to step up and define ethics and integrity by their actions. Both have failed us, and failed us miserably.
The Wall Street Journal editorializes:
… more than any President we can recall, Mr. Obama isn’t trying to persuade voters that he deserves to stay in office because of his philosophy, record or positive vision for the country. Rather, his case is that he deserves re-election because Mr. Romney is worse, and he is so very much worse because of things that were invented in the West Wing but are detached from reality.
When everything is broken, where do you start to fix it? We now have a government that has abandoned the rule of law and the Constitution. It also has abandoned any sense of ethics or morality. Is something like this even fixable? Can integrity, honor and trust ever be regained?