Friday, March 25, 2016

Precisely what I would tell Castro

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When an American, James Foley, is brutally beheaded by ISIS — Obama goes to play golf after a lackluster prepared statement. When 14 Americans were killed and 21 wounded by an Islamic jihadist couple — he responds with more gun control.

When five Marines and Sailors are gunned down at a Naval Reserve Facility in Chattanooga, how many days passed before flags flew at half-staff? As a matter of fact, President Obama went to New York City for a Broadway play instead of going to Chattanooga.

So it should be no surprise that today, when ISIS carries out a deadly attack in Brussels, Obama heads to a baseball game with his new commie pals in Cuba.

Yet Christians get lectures about not getting up on their “high horses” at the National Prayer breakfast. And we’re told the future does not belong to those who ” slander the prophet of Islam” — which we all know was a false narrative created to mask the truth about the abandonment and subsequent murder of four Americans at the hands of Islamic terrorists.

And even on stage with then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in what President Obama thought was an “off mic” moment, he states, “tell Vladimir I will have more flexibility after reelection” – a far cry from Reagan telling Gorbachev to “tear down this wall.”

So off Obama goes to Cuba to make nice with Raul Castro — you know, another historic moment for that presidential library. Sure, there are folks comparing this to Richard Nixon and his China visit. But does anyone think Richard Nixon would have taken some “smack” from the Chinese about the country he led?

As reported by the Washington Examiner, “Cuban President Raul Castro, while standing next to President Obama during his historic visit to the island nation, delivered a lecture to the United States on its “double standard” on human rights and ticked off several other demands to fully normalize relations.

During several moments of awkward tension while he shared the stage with Obama, Castro highlighted America’s “political manipulation and double standards” with respect to human rights and lack of universal healthcare. In response to a question from CNN’s Jim Acosta on why his regime imprisons dissidents, Castro appeared to deny that his country has done so.

“What political prisoners?” he asked. “Give me a name or names. After this meeting is over…and they will be released before tonight ends.” Read More


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