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Now, Forty-five, burned alive

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Leslie Brown

I think maybe we should lay-off of the whole “Religion of Peace” mantra, how about you?

Well, those ISIS “scamps” are at it again; forty-five Iraqis innocent civilians were burned alive today. *Newsflash* G-d is for LIFE, so guess whose side these guys are on?

Folks, we are living under an Administration where idiot Marie Harf, State Department spokesman, actually said the following:

“We’re killing a lot of them, and we’re going to keep killing more of them,” she said during a televised segment on “Hardball” with Chris Matthews. “So are the Egyptians, so are the Jordanians. They’re in this fight with us. But we cannot win this war by killing them. We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s a lack of opportunity for jobs, whether …”(1)

Today is the first day of a three day summit on “violent extremism” led by Obama. I don’t think a whole lot will get accomplished though because he suffers a “disconnect” between the pre-frontal cortex and his facial nerves which render him unable to utter the words “Christians or “Islamic”.

You know, the sad thing about how Obama came to be elected is this; he wasn’t elected on his merits because he HAS NONE. He was elected because some were concerned how they LOOKED to others. They wanted to look “tolerant”, and proudly state that they had voted for a black man. So what? Idi Amin was black, and now 45 Iraqis are too.

(1)http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/feb/17/marie-harf-state-department-on-islamic-state-cant-/

http://www.tpnn.com/2015/02/17/pure-evil-islamic-group-isis-commits-another-terrorist-act-and-its-more-heinous-than-the-last-one/

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