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Editor, The News:
Rumors that President Obama’s Department of Defense labeled Evangelicals, Christians, Catholics, Jews, Mormons, constitutional conservatives and advocates for states rights as “terrorist groups,” being lumped into the same category as al-Qaida, are 100 percent true.
With more than 1,500 pages of documents obtained by The Chaplain Alliance, and 133 by Judicial Watch, there leaves little doubt Obama’s policies are anti-American and very, very disturbing. This shouldn’t be too surprising, as Obama has set a pattern.
The terrorist who murdered 13 and wounded 32 at Fort Hood, Texas, collected $300,000 in pay while awaiting trial. The Obama administration denied combat benefit status for the victims and called the terrorist attack “a workplace incident.”
While four Americans with distinguished records of service to America, serving in an area made more dangerous by Obama and Clinton policies were under attack, Obama was MIA and still refuses to account for his whereabouts or who gave the “stand down” order. Then he called those killed in the terrorist attack in Benghazi “bumps in the road.”
When 30 Americans (including 22 Navy SEALs) were shot down in Afghanistan, family members were livid over administration leaks on the bin Laden raid. The ultimate slap in the face was, at the memorial service in Afghanistan, when no mention of God or Jesus Christ was permitted, but an Imam spoke and condemned their souls to hell.
Examples of Obama’s anti-military, anti-Christian and anti-American policies and deeds are too numerous to mention. So are the instances of Christians and moderate Muslims being persecuted while Obama and Hillary Clinton remained silent, but still dished out billions.
And Obama wants the U.S. behind him to aid terrorists in Syria?
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