Archive for November 26, 2012
No, I’m not talking about Obama’s recent first timer political campaign ad or his inappropriate remarks about oral sex with Michelle. *shudder* My complaint with the president is due to his disrespect of his office in a larger sense: He is being just as flippant with regard to America’s security as he is with his sexual comments.
Is the Obama administration, by turning a blind eye, encouraging members of the government and military to engage in sexual activity that inherently threaten national security?
Even though the recent Petraeus scandal is an obvious smoke screen meant to distract from the attacks and murders of our personnel in Benghazi and thee subsequent cover-up, the fact that high ranking officials would allow themselves to be compromised by participating in questionable extracurricular activities points to a larger problem with dangerous national security implications.
In wake of the Secret Service Colombian prostitution scandal last April, a report on the events cited advance White House personnel were involved. It was further uncovered that a pattern of solicitation of prostitutes had developed over the preceding years.
In addition, recent reports accuse some Department of Defense personnel of accessing porn sites from government computers putting secret government data at high risk of hacking.
Bloomberg quotes a cybersecurity expert saying the Missile Defense Agency’s use of porn is concerning because “many pornographic websites are infected and criminals and foreign intelligence services such as Russia’s use them to gain access and harvest data.”
The only possible response is: Duh.
There is a national crisis of federal employees engaged in the child porn industry and a related epidemic at the state level. I’ve documented two states, Vermont and Maine, that appear to be running state protected child trafficking rings with evidence of cops, judges, lawyers, clergy and government employees covering for each other. This kind of racketeering creates powerful, and extremely profitable, pedophile rings.
Barack Hussein Obama’s statement that America is no longer a Christian nation may be a Freudian Slip pointing to his own wishful thinking – a clue to his hope that there is no Christian God and thus, no judgement. Or it may be another attempt to discourage the America people from believing in such a God, which would further encourage an amoral society and degenerate our country. Either way, his blatant disregard for our national security is of grave concern for the soul of our nation.
It is up to us to keep these issues front and center in hopes members of congress like Darrell Issa will uncover the truth in these matters and bring those responsible to justice.