@AllenWest “I find his words utterly disgusting”

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by Allen West via Facebook

President Obama stated at the end of his 16 minute speech, “terrible things happen across the globe….we should act, that’s what makes America exceptional.” I find his words utterly disgusting because tomorrow we will remember four Americans who were abandoned by President Obama to die in Libya. I found no righteous indignation and call for a moral obligation to avenge and punish their islamic terrorist murderers – matter of fact, Obama called it a “phony scandal.” Christians are being butchered daily, where is his outrage? Israel is taking rocket and missile fire, where is his outrage? Some 100,000 Syrians had been killed by conventional munitions, and this was not the first chemical attack, where was his outrage? Obama has shown incompetence and weakness and has not presented a credible threat to Assad and Putin. If he wanted to respond he could have, God knows he did not seek congressional approval for Libya. He has been strategically outmaneuvered by Putin, lost the initiative, and allowed Putin to look like a statesman while he looks like a confused community organizer.

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17 responses to “@AllenWest “I find his words utterly disgusting”

  1. i want to help with your campaign if you decide to run in 16. as a fellow veteran i will gladly follow you into battle, and we are in the battle that needs to be won by you, Sir.

  2. I am glad I am not the only one that gets nauseous when the liar in chief speaks. He is so out of touch with true Americans. Terrorists killed four loyal and brave Americans a year ago and he is more concerned with Syria than the citizens he has sworn to protect and defend. It would seem that the muslin brotherhood has his full support. Colonel you really need to be looking at 2016, you may be the last hope.

  3. My concern with Allen West’s statement is that it sounds as if he support the idea of an attack on Syria … thus allowing the U.S. government to commit an Act of War on a country that has not attacked us. It sounds as if he believes that any president can commit an Act of War without the permission of the congress which is mandated under the U.S. Constitution to Declare War before we attack or send in any troops.

  4. Every time I read one of your speeches I get more inspired finally someone saying what the populist is saying but not being heard. It is frustrating to hear this abomination of man speak half truths and our liberal media drink it all in like it’s the nectar of the gods. Please run for President.