Friday, April 2, 2010

Obama: Conservative Talk Radio Spreading "Vitriol"

For someone who thinks that they're the President of the United States, Barack HUSSEIN Obama sure seems to have thin skin.  Yesterday, when he interviewed with CBS News' Harry Smith, Obama suggested that Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck are stirring up "hatred".

No, my dear BO, that's not it at all.  They are merely vocalizing what many, many Americans are feeling as they see the United States of America being systematically morphed into a socialistic backwater.  In fact, there are many, many of us who write, blog, etc to wake up the liberals from their mental stupors before it's too late.  We don't hate you, sir, but we hate what you and your Democrat lap-dog lackeys are doing to our country!  We've no bones saying it, either.  What we're spreading is not vitriol, as you so derisively term it, but the plain truth.

While we still have a First Amendment, we will make use of it to shed the light on the cockroaches that threaten to consume this country, and civilization at large.  This brings me to my question: is this "vitriol" talk going to become some lame excuse to stifle the speech of conservatives?  Why do I think that might be the case?  Might it be that the liberals are afraid of us, given the backbone that we displayed during the Hell Bill deliberations?

Let's watch this bunch.  Above all, let us pray God's mercy on the United States of America.

1 comment:

  1. The errors of Russia, as Our Lady put it at Fatima in 1917, have spread into our government here at home. All the more reason to be diligent in praying our Rosaries, especially that Russia be publicly consecrated by His Holiness to Mary's Immaculate Heart in the way She requested. The following link contains an article from the August/September, 2008 issue of the mainstream Catholic magazine "Inside the Vatican" (but reprinted and made currently available online by "The Fatima Crusader" -- I've read the original article in the original magazine myself twice) wherein author Cathy Pearson convincingly makes the case that the Consecration has not yet been properly made, hence its benefits have not yet been felt worldwide.


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