Donald Trump probably provided as good a one-two punch as will emerge against Barack Obama’s half-hearted Oval Office address to the country Sunday. Mr. Trump asked, “Is that all there is?” and concluded, “We need a new president-FAST.”
Is that all there is? We need a new President – FAST!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 7, 2015
At the top of the Obama short list, of course, was a demand for new gun control measures. The Obama goal will be to tag gun control into a war resolution package for an all-or-nothing vote.
And Obama now, belatedly, wants Congress to authorize him to use force against ISIS. Where has he been with this authorization request?
Rather than spending a minute pouring over Obama’s watered down remarks, Americans would be better off reading Robert Spencer’s The Complete Infidel’s Guide to ISIS. Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center. In his new book, Spencer tells readers, “The Obama administration is committed as a matter of policy not to discuss Islam and jihad in connection with terrorism, or to acknowledge that there is an ideology of violence and supremacism within Islam. It cannot confront jihadists even on Twitter.
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