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Obama Could Have Stopped This

Updated on December 21, 2015
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Antoine is at the Table

Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Tuesday, December 15, 2015. Our nation is still reeling from the terror attack in California. Did that massacre really have to happen, or could our government have done something to prevent it? The answer will make you sick. Please join our friend Antoine for breakfast this morning. Antoine has some thoughts on the subject that you may find interesting. Come hungry, because Antoine will be serving buttery croissants. I will be serving Irish coffees. We hope to see you soon.

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What If...

Thank you all for joining me this morning. Philip Haney is a former customs and border agent. He is claiming that the State Department and Homeland Security Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties shut down a investigation underway that was examining a group named Tablighi Jamaat. The investigation was revealing some very important information about this group that had ties to Syed Farook's mosque. The investigation was pronounced dead because the Obama administration did not want to profile Islamic groups. We have a serious problem in this nation and its name is Barack Obama. How can we hope to conquer Islamic terrorism if we are not permitted to investigate Muslims? The answer is that we will never defeat this cancer, because we have a president who can't face the truth about radical Islam. It is widespread, it is more common that this administration wants to believe, and it is growing and spreading like the hideous disease it is. The administration effectively tied the hands of investigators and left the America people to swing in the wind without the protection they are entitled to receive.


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Profiling is Necessary

It is completely inane to condemn profiling as though it meant the targeting of innocent people without any justification. Profiling is a common sense tool when trying to stop or solve a crime. If the investigation into this group were allowed to continue, it is entirely possible that Farook would have ended up on the "no-fly" list. If he had, and if the DHS and the TSA were awake, Farook's finance might not have entered this country. In that case, all those innocent people in San Bernardino would be alive. Instead their loved ones are arranging their funerals and the injured are in hospital beds trying to recover. It is not unreasonable to suspect that there are countless plots about to be unleashed on America. Every effort should be made to track down all these people and turn their lives upside down before they destroy the lives of innocent Americans. The only way to do that is to behave intelligently and that means we must profile.

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Americans are Waking Up

Donald Trump's appeal as a candidate is growing. It is no wonder that his popularity is soaring, because he is the only candidate willing to tell the truth about the threat we are facing. If you can't tell the truth, there is no way to defeat the enemy. Our president has a great deal invested n protecting Islam. If only he had the same passion for protecting Americans. The same is true of Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Her first words following the terror attack in San Bernardino was to make it clear that the Department of Justice would stand with Muslims. Her first words should have been to assure Americans that the Department of Justice would stand with them. Perhaps we should not be that surprised to learn of her loyalties. Lynch received her law degree from Harvard. She was a member of a radical black group that brought representatives from the PLO to Harvard to call for the liberation of Palestine. The group denied Jewish students from participating in a campus forum that "starred" the PLO. If Congress had done its due diligence, Lynch might have never been confirmed. My point is this, we have people in high places that don't have the best interests of America and its citizens in mind. Donald Trump has tapped into this fact and his directness is very appealing to many Americans who have absolutely zero confidence in this president or his associates. If we judge a person by the company he keeps, we are in deep trouble all the way around.

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Getting It Right

Clearly, this administration is doing everything possible to play down the terror threat and lull Americans into a false sense of security. We are not safe. There are terror cells in this country. There are other Farooks and Maliks around. Let's stop watching them and start "getting" them. It is way past time to be proactive. I am sick and tired of our reactive stance. People who should have been stopped kill innocent Americans. Americans mourn their loss and lay flowers at the site of the massacre. That has to stop. We need to make a clean sweep of all suspects with ties to terror and to hell with political correctness. It really is now or never.

Antoine's Song

Let's go children of the homeland

The day of reckoning has arrived

Against you terror's ugly flag is raised!

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    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear dr,

      We may have reached the tipping point when it comes to being PC. Students on college campuses no longer are in favor of free speech, lest someone say something offensive. I am at the Inn. Please join me and bring pajamas. It may be the only safe place left on earth.

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      drbj and sherry 

      2 years ago from south Florida

      I am waiting for the moment when good sense by the Administration 'trumps' political correctness. But it won't come from the current bunch inhabiting the WH. Their lack of decisiveness and action is pathetic.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Good Morning maven,

      Thanks so much for joining me for breakfast. Of course I agree, political correctness is so extreme now that it is crippling every segment of society. Our college campuses are resembling institutions for the mentally ill. Congress is broken. Nothing is functioning as it should and now our national security is in jeopardy. I think it is a sign of the dumbing down of America. Ultimately, if things don't turn around, it will play a huge role in our decline. See you at the Inn. I'll save you a seat.

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      maven101 

      2 years ago from Northern Arizona

      Good morning Pop...Common sense has been replaced with political correctness because we have allowed it...Instead of taking common sense stands early on, we have allowed this political correctness nonsense to flourish...I remember back in the early 60's when one of the first politically correct issues was raised over manhole covers in Sacramento...Women's radical groups protested to the city government that the term "manhole" was prejudicial to women and should be changed to "peoplehole" !! The government officials backed down and compromised by naming them "sewerholes"...This encouraged a flood of political correctness demands nationwide...What you allow is what you teach, and we have allowed political correctness to worm its way into every level of law enforcement, social behaviour, academia, and cultural acceptance...

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear Mike,

      You travel in good company!

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear tsadjatko,

      I know the video you are referring to. Perhaps all Americans should listen to the advice of a Muslim woman who knows truth from fiction. See you at the Inn.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear brad,

      It's just a matter of common sense, but apparently that is in short supply. I'll be at the Inn with croissants.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear Mike,

      Your analogy sounds very familiar. The Attorney general petitioned the court to stop the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Texas. The judge denied the request. Clearly, non-citizens have more rights than citizens. We are in deep trouble and we can thank our pathetic leaders for that. See you at the Inn.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear billy,

      When used correctly, profiling is just smart police work. We had better get smart. See you at the Inn.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Dear tsadjatko,

      The terrorists have a ready and dependable source of passports that look completely legitimate. The terror is already here. Several propane tanks were stolen following bulk cell phone purchases at several Walmarts in Missouri. Sixty phones were purchased Saturday in Lebanon, Missouri and hours before another 40 were sold 100 miles away at another Walmart. Two more locations also reported suspicious sales. Connect the big obvious dots and know for certain that we are under attack. See you at the Inn.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Desr Mike,

      You are right on target. Because of our naivety and because of the intentions of many in the government, we have been infiltrated. History may tell the truth about this, but then again when Muslims rule the world, truth will be what they allow. I hate to sound like this but we are caught in a web of stupidity. I just can't imagine the way out. See you at the Inn.

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      Old Poolman 

      2 years ago

      tsadjatko - Yet what you describe is exactly what many wish to happen right here in our once great country. Those of us who don't see this as a good idea are immediately labeled as bigoted racists with no hearts.

      In answer to your question regarding letting them into my home, my friend Smith & Wesson and I would encourage them to seek refuge somewhere else.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      TSAD 

      2 years ago from https:// www.consumeraffairs.com/ online/ hubpages. html

      I like that analogy Mike! So accurate! Here is how i put it.

      You're at home alone with your children. Two people knock on your door and ask for refuge, you know one of them as a peaceful person but the other you do not know anything about except that you know they both follow a "prophet" who was known to be a rapist, pedophile, mass murderer, warmonger, adulterer, liar and a cheat and thief. Do you take a chance and let them both into your house, with your children or do you turn them down?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edVQETclhps

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      bradmasterOCcal 

      2 years ago from Orange County California

      BP

      Profiling is just a part of the investigation process. It is only bad, if it is used for other reason not part of the goal of the investigation.

      If a white man is seen robbing a store, you don't profile black men, and if the white male is well over six feet, you don't profile white males well under 6 feet.

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      Old Poolman 

      2 years ago

      Just pretend that I own a "Tame Rattlesnake Farm." These snakes have been raised since birth and trained to not bite humans. People come from miles around to walk among these tame rattlesnakes and take pictures of themselves and their children surrounded by thousands of tame snakes.

      Then one day I receive a call from a government agency advising me they are going to relocate a few thousand rattlesnakes from Texas who were flooded out of their homes.

      I ask "Are they all tame or do some of them bite?"

      They reply, "We don't think any of them bite humans but we have neither the time or the resources to say for sure."

      I say, "But I can't have even one snake that bites humans on my farm or it would not be safe for the visitors."

      They reply, "Well you will just have to trust us because we are going to move them to your property anyhow.

      Does any of this sound familiar?

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      Tom Whitworth 

      2 years ago from Moundsville, WV

      Pop and Antoine,

      The concept of The Manchurian Candidate was scary as a fictional story. The concept of The Man from Mecca is no less scary.

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      Bill Holland 

      2 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Profiling is an interesting topic. In cases such as this, I see no other way that to follow profiles....as long as it isn't abused and used for all crimes and all social classes and races, and that is always the fear. Who governs the government? We've seen abuse of power before, we'll see it again. Hopefully we have enough citizen watchdog groups to protect us from our leaders when the siren's song of power entices them.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      TSAD 

      2 years ago from https:// www.consumeraffairs.com/ online/ hubpages. html

      And where do you think Syrian refugees might worship, in mosques? It has already emerged that at least three of the group that carried out the Paris attacks in November had disguised themselves as refugees in order to enter Europe. This includes Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who masterminded the plot and was later killed in a police raid on his hide-out in the Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis. The forged documents were found at the scene of one of the suicide bomb attacks at the Stade de France, fueling further speculation that ISIS may have a ready source of blank passports.

      Refugees' mobile phones contain images of executions severed heads, dead children: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3359901/Hu...

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      Old Poolman 

      2 years ago

      I would bet the Muslim Brotherhood is not only laughing, they have accomplished their goal. They now have access to inside information and are protected from being investigated by those agencies who serve to protect our country. Those responsible for letting (making) this happen will never be held accountable for their actions. It was a well planned effort and it worked.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      2 years ago

      Good Morning, Mike,

      I think this administration is infiltrated with Muslims or Muslim sympathizers. Many people in positions of power have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. There is nothing accidental or benign about any of this. See you at the Inn where we can talk about the America we used to know.

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      Old Poolman 

      2 years ago

      Good Morning Patti and Antoine. I was not aware of what you tell us in this hub, but I am also not surprised.

      Much of our top leadership is under Muslim influence and were hand picked to sit in positions of power. The change has been gradual but growing by the day.

      Can no member of Congress see what is going on or do they just choose to ignore it?

      If Donald Trump or someone like him does not win the next Presidential election we can kiss America goodbye. I'm glad I was of the generation that was lucky enough to live in the finest days America had to offer. It will take many years to undo the damage that has been done to this once great country if it is even possible.

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