Why are abortion doctors more important to the Obama administration than our Troops in Afghanistan?
When Dr. Tiller was murdered, Federal Marshals were dispatched immediately to protect abortion clinics.
Since General McChrystal requested reinforcements for our Troops in Afghanistan in late August, over 50 have lost their lives and nearly 2 months later, Obama simply ponders what to do, announcing no decision for weeks.
The same day Dr. Tiller was brutally murdered Obama released a statement saying,
“I am shocked and outraged by the murder of Dr. George Tiller as he attended church services this morning. However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence.”
October 6, 2009 a statement from the White House said,
“Given the importance of the policy to our security -- and to our troops -- the president said that he will be rigorous and deliberate, while moving forward with a sense of urgency.”
By October 13 we hear, Obama: Afghanistan Decision within Weeks
Weeks? That’s what Obama considers as “moving forward with a sense of urgency?”
Is it “with a sense of urgency” that failed presidential candidate John ‘F’in Kerry states it would be irresponsible to send more troops to Afghanistan?
It appeared to be “with a sense of urgency” that Kerry co-sponsored a bill condemning violence against abortion doctors, but reinforcing our Troops in Afghanistan is “irresponsible?”
As much as I hate to quote such a person, Osama bin Laden said long ago,
“When people see a strong horse and a weak horse, by nature they will like the strong horse.”
Obama and the Democrats are providing such a “weak horse” attitude.
How can we expect the Afghani people to stand alongside of us when they see this administration cares more for abortion doctors than our own Troops in harms way?
If only Obama would wage war against terrorists as much as he is Fox News.