In politics, like life, people get stuck on one thing once they see it works. It becomes their failsafe, their go-to. It worked the last time, why not use it again? For President Obama, his has been to call anything his opponent or critics say “un-American.”
Deny healthcare, that’s un-American. Stop paying people not to work; that’s un-American. It is a catch-all. It has become a little redundant. But he has used it to deal with the issue of terrorism.
Wednesday at a joint press conference with and President Mauricio Macri of Argentina, President Barack Obama said the proposals for fighting the Islamic State (ISIS) by both Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) were un-American and counterproductive.
Apparently it is un-American to want to live in freedom, without the concern that a radical religious nut will blow up your kids?
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