All The President's Enemies


So, if you are reading this, you probably are an enemy. 

I’m an enemy. 

Some of your neighbors are probably enemies.

Americans like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Mark Levin are enemies.

Yeah, you are an enemy. That’s what our President thinks of you.

In an interview with Spanish-language radio station Univision, President Barack Obama was asked by radio host Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo when “immigration reform” was finally going to be passed and instituted. And well, when you thought the outrageousness from the Left had ceased, you’re once again brought back into its web of idiocy.

When you click below to read and listen to what President Obama said, you will be reminded why 5 days from now is so important. For the past 23 months, we “enemies” have been characterized as such:  As radicals. As racists. As anti-American. But this is where the line has to be drawn. We all have a choice on November 2. It is time to usher in a new set of Congressional leadership to serve as a check for a President who obviously only serves “friendly” Americans.

Keep up the pressure because in two years, I don’t want this guy to be around calling me an enemy.


And in text,

Well, here’s what we’re gonna do. We’re gonna see how well we do in this election and I think a lot of it is gonna depend on whether we still have some support not only from Democrats, but also Republicans, but they’re gonna be paying attention to this election. And if Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, we’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us, if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s gonna be harder and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2.

So, there you have it. He denigrates you and me because we won’t support an unabashed amnesty program. And as a result, he labels us as “enemies.” Moreover, he wants to shove us to the “back of the bus” come January. I thought this was the President who was going to build consensus and who said that “we are all Americans” in his victory speech only 23 months ago.

If the history books weren’t biased enough already, then they should look back at these 23 months as a collection of the most un-American and divisive events in the history of the nation. And no, Mr. President, we weren’t the ones causing those events. From the Beer Summit to the legislative bullying, power-plays, and denigrations of our own states—such as Arizona—that was all you, Mr. President.