Thursday, May 17, 2012

President Obama Appoints Muslim to Homeland Security

Obama appointed two devout Muslims to homeland security posts.

O.K. . . . .somehow this just doesn't seem quite right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Fox guarding the hen house and wolf guarding the sheep----INDEED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I don't believe in discrimination, but I'm just not too sure about THIS situation!!!!!!!   What do you think??

Well, boys and girls, today the fox is guarding the hen house. The wolves will be herding the sheep!

Obama appointed two devout Muslims to homeland security posts.

Obama and Janet Napolitano appointed Arif Alikhan, a devout Muslim, as Assistant Secretary for Policy Development. DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano swore-in Kareem Shora, a devout Muslim, who was born in Damascus, Syria, as ADC National Executive Director as a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC).

NOTE: Has anyone ever heard a new government official being identified as a 'devout Catholic," a "devout Jew" or a "devout Protestant"...?
Just wondering.

Devout Muslims being appointed to critical Homeland Security positions? Doesn't this make you feel safer already?? That should make our home land much safer, huh!?

Wasn't it "devout Muslim men" who flew planes into U.S. buildings 10 years ago? Wasn't it a "devout Muslim man" who killed 13 at Fort Hood?
Please forward this important information to any who cares about the future of our Country.

Now, compare the above wolf among the sheep with this story of Mitt Romney from American Spectator: 
Here's a story that may help New York Times columnist Gail Collins get over her obsession with the incident of Mitt Romney and the dog on the car.

In 1996, two years after Romney had returned to Bain Capital after running unsuccessfully against Ted Kennedy for Senate, Robert Gay, a partner at Bain, came to him and confided that his 14-year-old daughter Melissa was missing. She had sneaked out of their Connecticut home three days before, gone to a rock concert in New York City and hadn't been heard from since.
Gay was embarrassed about confessing his dilemma and didn't expect anything more than a little commiseration. Instead, he was amazed at Romney's reaction. The co-founder of Bain immediately informed the other partners of the situation, then closed down the firm and mobilized a temporary move to New York City to search for the girl. As the New York Times reported it at the time: 

Bain Capitals Partners closed down the firm and drew on friendships and connections to find volunteers for the search. R.R. Donnelly, the firm's printer, printed more than 300,000 fliers bearing Ms. Gay's picture and last known whereabouts. Duane Reade, a drugstore chain in which Bain Capital is an investor, had clerks at 52 stores insert fliers in shopping bags. Price Waterhouse, which does the firm's accounting, sent nearly 100 volunteers to distribute the powers, and Goldman Sachs, Bankers Trust and Morgan Stanley dispatched more than 60 people.

Command centers to dispatch volunteers and get in touch with the press were set up at the Marriott Hotel and La Guardia Airport, the Connelly offices and the Pierre Hotel in Manhattan. Volunteers with cellular phones fanned out to clubs like the Limelight and the Tunnel, the Lollapalooza concert at Downing Stadium on Randall's Island, parties in Tompkins Square and Central Park, to Madison Square Garden and the Port Authority.

The Boston Globe, which covered the story day-to-day, filed the following report:
Yesterday, in their first day of searching, [Bain Executives] pounded the pavement, plastering the city with 300,000 fliers and quizzed teen-agers at concerts and parks.
But as of last night, Melissa Gay was nowhere to be found.

"Our children are what life is all about," said W. Mitt Romney, founder and managing partner at Bain Capital. "Everything else takes a back seat."

Six days later, the Marriott Hotline received an anonymous call from a teenage boy asking if there was a reward for the missing girl. The caller immediately hung up but police traced it to a house in Towaco, New Jersey. As the Globe reported:

[A]fter attending a rave concert on Randall's Island… she took the drug Ecstasy and then "wandered the city." During her wandering, her father said, she met a young man who took her to his parents' [New Jersey] home. The young man, whose name was not released, kept her in the home without his parents' knowledge, the police said.

Melissa was discovered hidden in the basement, still recovering from an overdose and shivering through detoxification. Doctors said later that had she not been found, she might not have lived another day.

Six months later, in a end-of-year review, the Globe again revisited the story:

Last week, the partners of Boston's Bain Capital Inc. drew up their annual list of accomplishments: Number one was the week they spent last July combing Manhattan in search of Melissa Gay, the missing 14-year-old daughter of one of the partners.
"It really overshadowed everything we did from a money standpoint," said Mitt Romney, the Bain Capital founder who won the 1994 Massachusetts Republican Senate nomination partly on his reputation as a venture capital wiz. "The days and nights spent looking for Missy Gay were more valuable than some financial home runs that made the front page of the Wall Street Journal. I mean, money is just money."

The liberal press probably will ignore it as long as possible and then try to find some negative way to spin the story. One respondent on the Jacksonville website has already given it a try: “Romney had an unrealistic response to a bad situation. Flying 30 workers to NYC to search for a girl, shows his concern, but was a ridiculous waste of resources that turned out not to be needed. Not the response I would want from a President.”

Um, . . . a liberal is talking about a waste of resources? But of course, obviously, as shown by the above appointments, the safety of individuals means nothing to them.

Complete story

Update 5/18/12
Here is yet another contrast and example of this regime's disregard for human rights and safety.

The Obama Administration’s Handling of the Chen Guangcheng Situation Is a Disgrace
Eric Odom, Liberty News Network
Why is the US government cutting deals with the Chinese to block a well-regarded dissident from reaching safety in America? The rapidly-developing story is turning into another black mark on the Obama Administration’s handling of foreign policy:

Mitt Romney provided a blistering critique of the Obama administration’s handling of Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng on Thursday, saying if reports from China “are true, this is a dark day for freedom. And it’s a day of shame for the Obama administration.”
Chen, a blind dissident who had sought refuge in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, wants to leave China with his family, the State Department confirmed early Thursday.

But under a deal reached with Chinese authorities, Chen was to remain in a university town near Beijing and get regular check-ins with U.S. diplomats. Chen now says he only left the embassy because he felt his life was in danger and that he still wants to leave China, leading to howls from Republican lawmakers who say the administration has bungled its handling of the situation.

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