After Malone asked the congressman why President Obama is showing &ld…
On Wednesday, Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., joined Houston talk radio host Sam Malone to discuss President Obama’s response to the San Bernardino shooting and the threat from ISIS.
After Malone asked the congressman why President Obama is showing “no leadership” and “can’t say ‘Islamic,’ ‘Muslim,’ whatever,” Kelly said that “most clear-thinking people” now “realize the old saying, if it waddles like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck. We’ve had seven years of this waddling and quacking going on and we’re finally starting to identify who this person is.”
Kelly said that Obama has checked out of his job as president and “never believed that this was a truly exceptional country.” “Where in the heck did this guy come from and who raised him?” he continued. “That answers everything for you, if you look into the background you say, ‘Now I get it, now I get it.’”
Kelly went on to say that the president only cares about a few issues, terrorism not being one of them:
It’s gun control, it’s climate control and it’s totally no direction on terrorism that’s out of control. It’s, ‘No, no, no, that’s not really a problem and, for God’s sake, whatever you do, watch how you speak, you don’t want to say anything mean about these people.’ Meanwhile, we’re watching as a country, and we listened Sunday night and I think very clearly, if you were still wondering for some unknown reason where this guy’s coming from, you know today he’s not coming from an area that we would have confidence in. He is not coming as our commander-in-chief. He is not coming as the leader of the free world. He is coming on board as a guy who would rather lecture and preach than actually get on the field and get it done, he’s just not going to do it.
Kelly argued that Obama’s remarks “embolden our enemies” and predicted that terrorists would soon gun down a children’s ballet while Obama dithers. “Wake up on and smell the gun smoke, wake up and smell the sulfur,” he said, accusing Obama of “turning his back on the people that he took a vow and an oath.”
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