Except to the American People.
For the second time in as many months, a Republican has felt the need to apologize for stating what the American people felt all along. After Joe Wilson’s “You lie” outburst that brought millions of dollars to the Republican party, Arizona Representative Trent Franks’ (R-AZ) spokespeople stammered through an apology after he said that Obama was an enemy of humanity.
Why? He is. He hired Holdren who beliefs in abortions being forced on you. However, the Bush and Cheney team were also enemies of humanity, but you won’t hear Franks saying that.
In a speech on the 26th before the How to Take Back America conference, Representative Franks demanded that Obama release his birth certificate to prove his constitutionally eligibility to hold office. His main statement of offense concerned Obama’s abortion beliefs.
“Obama’s first act as president of any consequence, in the middle of a financial meltdown, was to send taxpayers’ money overseas to pay for the killing of unborn children in other countries,” said Frank. “Now, I got to tell you, if a president will do that, there’s almost nothing that you should be surprised at after that. We shouldn’t be shocked that he does all these other insane things. A president that has lost his way that badly, that has no ability to see the image of God in these little fellow human beings, if he can’t do that right, then he has no place in any station of government and we need to realize that he is an enemy of humanity.”
It is splendid that the Republicans champion the cause of the unborn over the undead. Sane humans agree with his statement. However—while Joe Wilson’s remark was right on the money—it is disturbing that the Republicans have no problem with killing American soldiers after involving the U.S. in a false war on terror that has left our economy in tatters to be finished off by Comrade Obama whose whole drive is to push us over the edge into the New World Order that everybody wants. (Obama’s words; not mine.)
Republicans do not necessarily need to apologize for what they are saying now. It would, however, be nice if they come clean and apologize for their part in the destruction of the Constitution through the so-called Patriot Act—which Obama opposed until he found it useful to him, and kind of fun!
There is more, of course. Don’t apologize for what you are saying now, Republicans. Apologize for what you did and correct it. You might have control of the congress, next election, to do just that.