Let us briefly interrupt our lives

While the presumed leader of the free world dithers on a meaningless trip to Cuba, Brussels has become the latest European city to suffer a terrorist attack.

The image of President Obama at a baseball game while terrorism dominates the headlines could not be more stark. He remains completely disengaged from the realities of militant Islam and continues to inhabit some land of make-believe where terrorists will stop murdering westerners if only we will be nicer to them.

Says Obama,

It’s always a challenge when you have a terrorist attack anywhere in the world, particularly of this age of 24/7 news coverage. You want to be respectful and understand the gravity of the situation, but the whole premise of terrorism is to try to disrupt people’s ordinary lives.

This is exactly what I expected him to say. Let’s just continue about our business and pretend terrorism doesn’t happen because if we react it will prove they are winning. Well, the terrorists ARE winning at the moment precisely because we do so little to combat terrorism, including our wide open borders.

Perhaps it’s finally time for the U.S. to say we are briefly interrupting our normal way our life to bomb the (expletive) out of ISIS, and when they are reduced to ashes we’ll resume our normal activities.

Until then, there is an obvious void at the reigns of U.S. leadership because our president has abdicated his position. In ten months, that void will be filled by Donald Trump.

Obama: Attending Cuba Baseball Game with Castro Sends Message to Terrorists – Breitbart from Breitbart News’s Tweet

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