Tuesday, April 30, 2013

America's 'gradual suicide' by Politician (guns and bombs edition)

First of all, the Boston Marathon bombing should have never happened.The dead and injured shouldn't have happened, and the house to house at gunpoint should have been unnecessary as well. In the last week we have learned that our government agencies were given the intel on a silver platter, but because of political correctness, and the expunging of realistic training materials for agents, they didn't know how to process it or what to even ask when interviewing suspected terrorists. As a matter of fact, they are still searching for a reason why these two terrorists did this, because they just can't understand why. In the end they probably will label it as sports place violence. The current administration (clown act) has been instrumental in disarming law abiding Americans while negligently putting them in harms way, because they don't know their a$$ from their elbow when it comes to keeping Americans 'safe'. Now as a result, the hens of destruction are starting to come home to roost. Does anyone really believe that this is the last attack of this type on America? Most politicians are only interested in one thing, which is expanding their voting base so that they can keep their cushy, high paying, benefits rich job alive. Americans will either wake up and speak up, or sadly they will only be able to 'hope' for more of the same in the future without any 'change'.

After the Boston Marathon bombing, if America doesn't believe that we are under attack from without AND within, then they never will, and should learn to accept this as the new norm from here on out, stop their complaining, and just learn to suck it up.

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