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Why Does Obama Hate Our Troops?

Posted by cann0nba11 on June 14, 2009

He must hate our military. I can think of no other reason to justify the recent release of dangerous terrorists from Gitmo. At some point this wilful neglect of our nation’s security has to become a criminal act. Isn’t protecting America the primary goal of the president?

“I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

In a late Friday news dump we learned that America has released a Ahmed Zuhair, a dangerous terrorist, from Gitmo. Where was he sent? The America-loving nation of Saudi Arabia, where his case will “be reviewed” and he will be sent to a rehabilitation camp. I wonder if rehab includes training on the latest bomb-making techniques. What has Zuhair done?

Zuhair wasn’t just a random Afghani or Saudi picked up by accident. By his own admission, he participated in the bombing of the USS Cole, and the Bosnians want him for a terrorist attack there, apart from his involvement in the murder of William Jefferson. Why not give him to the Bosnians instead, even if we were inclined to release him at all? (source)

In Obama’s distorted reality: the killing of an American + Bosnian car bombing + participating in the USS Cole bombing = transfer to a friendly country where he will most likely be set free. Tell me Obama supporters, how does this help America? If a single person is killed by Zuhair I expect Obama’s impeachment trials to begin immediately. Ed Morrissey sums it up nicely:

The Obama administration has all but surrendered to al-Qaeda with these releases. If the murderer of an American UN worker and a participant in the USS Cole bombing can get set free, then who would Obama keep in custody? The administration is rapidly making membership in al-Qaeda and participation in terrorism against the US a no-risk proposition.


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