Thursday, September 17, 2009
Just Call It Change In Which Our Enemies Can Believe
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaks of her concern that anti-government rhetoric in the United States might lead to violence. She is seemingly unconcerned about a potential Madrid-style terrorist attack on American subways by Islamic extremists and comforted by the administration's recent announcement that it will prosecute CIA interrogators who helped keep us safe from terrorist attacks. President Barack Hussein Obama breaks with a prior U.S. commitment and abandons an anti-missile defense shield for our Eastern European allies on the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Poland by the former Soviet Union as experts confirm Iran has the ability to make a nuclear bomb and is developing a missile system capable of carrying nuclear warheads with the aid of Russia. Israel finds itself pleading with world leaders for the right to defend itself from this newest threat as Obama takes the side of Palestinians over our country's most reliable ally in the Middle East. That's certainly change in which the enemies of America can believe.