Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, says comments attributed to Barack Obama in Bob Woodward’s new book show that the president is “unwilling or unable to do what it takes to keep this nation safe.”
According to the Washington Post, Obama is quoted in Woodward’s book as saying that the United States could “absorb another terrorist attack.”
“We’ll do everything we can to prevent it, but even a 9/11, even the biggest attack ever . . . we absorbed it and we are stronger,” Obama said.
Cheney, the chairwoman of Keep America Safe and a consistent critic of the administration, says the comments show that Obama has resigned himself to the likelihood of another terrorist attack.
“Americans expect our president to do everything possible to defend the nation from attack,” Cheney said. “We expect him to use every tool at his disposal to find, defeat, capture and kill terrorists. We expect him to deter attacks by making clear to our adversaries that an attack on the United States will carry devastating consequences. Instead, President Obama is reported to have said, ‘We can absorb a terrorist attack.’”
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The Al-Rahman mosque in Orlando, Florida – a Muslim Brotherhood owned and operated property is caught funding terrorism via George Galloway, self admitted Hamas fundraiser and Imam Mahdi Bray, public Hamas supporter.
On June 14, 2009, George Galloway appeared at an event sponsored by the Islamic Society of Central Florida [ISCF]. Also in attendance was Mahdi Bray executive director of the Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation [MASFF] at Imam Muhammad Musri’s Al Rahman mosque in Orlando, Florida. The mosque is owned by the North American Islamic Trust [NAIT]. They rose over $55,000 in support of Galloway’s Viva Palestina, a Hamas terror finance conduit.
Six months ago, President Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rammed Obamacare down the throats of an unwilling American public. Half a year removed from the unprecedented legislative chicanery and backroom dealing that characterized the bill’s passage, we know much more about the bill than we did then. A few of the revelations:
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It is about to get harder for both the Obama administration and the mainstream media to downplay the New Black Panther party scandal.
The mainstream media did their best to ignore this blatant case of voter intimidation by two New Black Panther party members at a Philadelphia polling place on Election Day 2008. Though the threatening behavior was captured on videotape, Obama political appointees dismissed the case on the eve of a default judgment. When in early June a key trial team member, Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams, resigned and then testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the media grudgingly reported on his testimony.