You know the other day the President was giving this interview and he said, you know those people who disagree with me are our enemies! He actually used that word, our enemies. The President of the United States using that word to describe fellow citizens. Now when President Reagan used that term, or President Clinton, or President Bush or George W. Bush used that term they reserved that term for enemies of America. People who hate freedom, people who hate America, not for fellow citizens. People who have spoken up against his bigger government plan. People who believe that a smaller, less costly, and more accountable government is the right way to go for our country. Well Mr. President, I have a word to describe those people. Those people who have the audacity to speak up against the big government, the people who have the audacity to go out and support our constitution, the people who are out there every day fighting for a limited government that has served our country so well for 200 years. And Mr. President that word isn’t enemies, they’re patriots.
And now Obama is walking the statement back….kinda:
There were arguments being made that because Democrats hadn’t gotten this done, that Latinos should vote against Democrats or just sit out the election.
And I said, well, you can’t punish your friends when — the folks who’ve been supporting it. Now, I did also say if you’re going to punish somebody, punish your enemies, and I probably should have used the word, “opponents” instead of enemies. Now the Republicans are saying that I’m calling them enemies. What I’m saying is you’re an opponent of this particular provision, comprehensive immigration reform, which is something very different.
Our President called all those who oppose his views the ENEMY and he say’s he “probably” should of used a different word.
Wow….this man is beyond contempt. And think about this. He won’t call the leader of Iran an enemy but doesn’t hesitate in calling his own citizens the enemy.
Allah brings up another quote from Obama during the same interview:
“Those aren’t the kinds of folks who represent our core American values.” Is it any surprise that, in the course of rank racial pandering and insinuations that people who support Arizona’s law are un-American, he’d lapse rhetorically from “opponents” into “enemies”?
None whatsoever because this is what the man truly believes.