He mocks legitimate governance. He shames what he claims to support. He never did, doesn't now, and won't in term two.
He's a war criminal multiple times over. So are top administration officials and key congressional leaders. The criminal class in Washington is bipartisan. They get away with murder and much more. They benefit by doing what's wrong.
Events this year coincided with Martin Luther King Day. He was a Baptist minister, political activist, renowned orator, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and America's most noted civil rights leader. He was also passionately anti-war.
His opposition to Vietnam aggression got him killed. He called America "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world."
He won civil and voting rights victories. His earlier triumphs are now lost. Things are worse now than then.
Martin Luther King Day is the only national holiday commemorating an African American. Doing so elevates hypocrisy to a higher level.
King was murdered for doing what's right. So are others less prominent. It's not hard knowing who has motive, cause and opportunity.
US dark forces take full advantage. America's best, brightest, and most noteworthy are targeted. So are others abroad. Washington wants unchallenged dominance. Nothing stands in its way seeking it.
James Earl Ray was framed. He had nothing to do with killing King. He got 99 years. He wasn't tried.
At age 70 in April 1998, he died. He was denied justice. It's the American way. Innocent victims suffer for state crimes. Ray is one of countless others. Numbers increase daily.
Obama's responsible for many. Imagine what's planned ahead. It bears repeating.
Obama menaces humanity. It may not survive another four years.
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