My last post, several months ago, was on my alternate site myviewbyjoe.com. For those of you who actually check here I offer my apologies, and this quick question..
During his time in the White House President Obama has made a number of rash decisions, such as his comments on the incident with the Professor and the Cop where he pretty much accused the cop of being a racist, and has been indecisive, such trying to decide if he should support the Libyan insurgents against Gaddafi.
Sometime being indecisive is can be a good thing. A good example of this was when the Obama Administration was trying to figure out how to punish the Syrian Government for the use of Chemical weapons… by the time they, the Obama cronies, came to a decision it had already be found out that the chemicals, which Assad was supposed to have used, were really being used by the group we now know as ISIS, or ISIL.
Almost immediatly after the events in Furguson happend Obama’s fool in the Justice Department, before the investigations had gotten going, though not before Jackson and Sharpie had run their mouths, had said that the state’s attorney should prosecute the Cop to the fullest extent of the law…
President Obama has shown a tendency to make rash and irresponible statements, and this is what brings me to his latest comments… In a recent speech he made some interesting comments about violence carried out by the Christian religion in the name of God, such as pointing out the carnage carried out by several hundred years of crusades and inquisitions.. I can agree with those comments. I just don’t know where he gets the idea that slavery and the Jim Crowe laws were done in the name of God.. I was born in 1955, about 6 years before Obama and maybe I listened to the wrong people but I don’t ever remember hearing how either of thise things was endoresed by God.. not by anyone.
I like to consider myself as being fair but I can’t for the life of me understand why, after all of his misstatements, people still listen to him.
If you still believe what he says, then you might want to think about the rumor that the Golden Gate Bridge is up for sale.
That Joe Guy.