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Reader Opinion: Wolf in sheep's clothing

As far as I'm concerned, that's exactly what President Obama has become. Why? Remember in his first inaugural address when he said this was the beginning of the transformation of America? Transformation to what and why? He's succeeded, for we've ...

As far as I'm concerned, that's exactly what President Obama has become. Why? Remember in his first inaugural address when he said this was the beginning of the transformation of America? Transformation to what and why? He's succeeded, for we've become a weaker nation, racially divided with protests against the police led by paid and trained instigators who stir up trouble then disappear only to attack in another area of unrest. Our enemies scorn us, our allies are appalled by Obama's arrogance toward them. We are now in somewhat the same situation as in the 1930s. It was then the Japanese began to flex their military power by invading Manchuria but we ignored them. The drums of war beginning to beat out the horrors to come. We also ignored Hitler's gaining military strength, invading Czechoslovakia then Poland. At that time, Polish citizens were ordered to turn in all guns and when Germany invaded, they had no way of defending themselves. Sound familiar? It wasn't until the attack of Pearl Harbor that we declared war on Japan with Germany and Italy to follow, despite the fact our government had known for several years the carnage going on in Europe and Asia.

If we disagree with Obama on the freedom of speech and religion we are instantly accused of being either a racist or a bigot. Just exactly whose side is he on? He ignored our military commander's advice. Where did he get his military experience? Are you aware a number of Muslim men in this country declare Sharia Law takes precedence over our Constitution? Recent reports from various government agencies say terrorists are trying to come in with Syrian refugees. Where to the lives of American people stand? At the bottom of the list? You better decide, time is running out.

Dolores Zaske

Pine River

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