This stinks to high heaven folks. (Am I even allowed to make a Christian reference to that place where we hope to go when we die???) TS, I don’t care!
All we’ve heard since the terrorist attacks in Paris has been Obama and the libtards telling us how closely they would vet thousands of Syrian refugees before depositing them into our communities. It’s a very thorough process and it takes 1-2 years, bla-bla-bla.
Well I guess it’s not so thorough or foolproof is it? Tashfeen Malik, 27, had a Pakistani passport and came to the U.S. on a fiancé visa, whatever the hell that is. The other shooter, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, is the son of Pakistani immigrants. This kinda blows the thorough vetting process idea being foisted on all of us. Sorry Obama it’s true! Sorry Governor Ige, it is true that a large percentage of people from these Mid-East Muslim countries are willing to cut our heads off or fill us full of lead in the name of Allah.
And another pisser . . . . why the hell does it take them so long to call it what it is? It’s terrorism, not workplace violence already. And what about the NSA? Farook baby had traveled to Saudi Arabia (one of our staunch allies in the area -NOT!) more than a couple times and had been in touch with with people being investigated by the FBI for international terrorism. So WTF NSA, you’re collecting all our phone calls and emails contrary to our 4th Amendment rights, but you missed another real terrorist right under your noses and at least 14 people are dead because of it.
Why have we seen no pictures of Malik? Glenn Beck opines “if they have pictures of her in the burqa, it leads me to believe that they don’t want to release it because they don’t want to make people think, ‘Oh, well, it’s a Muslim thing.’”
Sorry boss, it is a Muslim thing and the sooner we all get that through our heads and forget the phony “common sense gun laws” mantra, the safer we’ll be!
Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)
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