Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Are the POTUS's Platitudes Making You Sick?

Mark Steyn excoriates Obama's bizarre priorities/pronouncements:
As I said somewhere or other a while back, if the President were working for the other side, what exactly would he be doing differently? He's now adopted the central talking-point of CAIR and the other duplicitous Islamic supremacists - that, when there's a big pile of corpses in the streets of a western city, the real victims are always Muslims, because racist westerners might give them funny looks on the bus the next morning.
It should come as no surprise that the administration's consistent duplicity has given rise to both bombastic Donald Trump and a new malady, the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome of our time. If you find that you're a sufferer, here's a letter you can send to friends and families explaining why you've been so out of sorts (hat tip-- JB):
Dear Family and Friends,  
I am sorry I have not been consistently responsive lately to your emails.  I have been somewhat under the weather since my doctors 
informed me that I have an acute case of Post Islamic Stress Trauma with Apologetic Western Fatigue (PIST-AWF).  For those of you who do not 

know what that is, PIST-AWF is a newly defined disease that is found to be widespread and highly contagious
 in North America .

Symptoms include, but may not be limited to:

  --  Severe migraine headaches of the scalp from pulling your own hair while viewing Western leaders pander to  Muslim terrorists.

  --  For USA residents, loose bowels from swallowing the fact they elected Obama twice; for Canadian residents, loose bowels from swallowing the   fact they elected ‘Junior’.
  -- Extreme hunger due to vomiting from, nightly, seeing terrorists murdering innocent people.

If you feel you have Post Islamic Stress Trauma with Apologetic Western Fatigue, please notify your local election board and place your name on the list for a cure. 
 It is hoped that the cure will be available, for Americans in November of 2016; for Canadians, unfortunately, there will be NO cure in the foreseeable future.
I wouldn't bet on Americans "curing" themselves in '16. Not when the media are giving Hillary a pass despite a scandal that would have been another Watergate, had a Republican and not a Democrat been behind it. And not when it is so much more comforting for Americans to focus on sex, drugs and the Kardashians than to have to deal with the jihad and the fact that the "progressive" agenda is steering them wrong in so many fundamental ways.

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