By Nicholas Stix
The John Doe calling himself “Barack Obama” had barely begun speaking, when The Boss said, “gun control.” He made us wait a while, as if he’d deluded himself that he could weave a web of lies, logic, and emotion that would trap each non-Obamaton listener, and eventually make a meal of him.
He jumped from one contradiction to another. He spoke of our “common humanity,” but exalted homosexuals, a moral monopoly of the families of the dead in Orlando (but only so long as they are gun-grabbers), anti-Constitutional gun confiscation and “Latinos,” which he pronounced, as if we were in a foreign country.
He lied, he twisted the meanings of words beyond recognition, in short, he was Obama.
“There were husbands and wives, who had taken a solemn vow…. They’re our family.”
Yeah, husbands of men, and wives of women. They had not taken a solemn vow, because all of the religions they were raised into consider homosexuality an abomination, and in “Obama’s” religion, Islam, being a homosexual is a death penalty offense. (Not that “Obama” even recognizes “solemn vows,” since he is almost certainly an atheist.) Which is why Omar Mateen murdered 49 people, in the first place. But “Obama” forbids us from speaking honestly. He knows that his sophistry is a semantic fog which he wants no one to be able to see through.
They’re not “our family.” If “Obama” were not a genocidal racist, who forced homosexuality, same-sex marriage, and sexual psychopathy on us and our children, who exalts all non-whites over whites, and who believed in a common humanity, he could make an argument—from Christianity, and/or patriotism—for thinking of the dead of Orlando as “our family.” But we know that he is no Christian, that he is a racist traitor and, to borrow from Mary McCarthy, that everything he says is a lie, including “and” and “the.”
He seeks gun confiscation, not in order to prevent mass murders, but to aid and abet them.
Thus, we can only grieve for the dead of Orlando, the victims of Islam and of Obama, in spite of “Obama.” We grieve as Christians and Jews, as patriots, as decent and honest people. And we must say, as one, in the words of Pastor James David Manning: Go to hell, Obama!