What has our nation came to?

United States
April 25, 2011 6:01am CST
After I listen to the speaker in this video taken on the floor of the U.S. Congress I asked the same question the speaker asked in the beginning of his speech.What has our nation came to?Do you find this chilling? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRGlAjBSlec
4 responses
• United States
25 Apr 11
What has our nation come to?? A great deal of trouble when the president is portrayed as The Joker (Batman's larger-than-life nemesis) when in fact Obama is the real life nemesis of the United States. I do not find any humor in this analogy as Obama is the scariest threat ever made to our country.
• United States
26 Apr 11
whiteheather39, I looked past that joker picture just like I looked pass them Hitler mustaches they put under President Bush's nose while he was in office.Senator Ron Paul if you listen to him speaking on the floor of congress in this video asked the question what has our nation come to? Senator Paul was speaking about President Obama having a hit list targeting American citizens.I have found that rather chilling.
• United States
26 Apr 11
I do not look past anything in regards to Obama. IMO he has a sinister ulterior agenda for the USA. I find everything he is doing, to bring down our country, chilling.
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@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
25 Apr 11
I believe it is time to bring Hussein Obama up on felony charges. He is so far out in left field that he is either a felon or insane.
• United States
26 Apr 11
Adoniah, This may happen any time in the near future.Donald Trump is digging around in to President Obama's back ground.Some thing the MSM has blow off for a very long time.Like President Obama has said himself if people don't have any thing to hide they don't hide things.
@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
25 Apr 11
When the Military captures someone on the Battle Field there is at least probable cause that they did something. If the police were to shoot a person, on sight, suspected of murdering another person we as a nation would be very upset but we are willing to allow the President to order a person and those around them killed. In war this may be necessary but there should be a process where a military or other tribunal looks at the evidence and passes judgment on the proper course of action. It would be best if we could capture these people alive and question them.
• United States
26 Apr 11
bobmnu, Listening to Senator Ron Paul speaking on the Senate floor if you listened to his words he was concerned not so much about military personal capturing someone on the battle field. He was very concerned President Obama has a hit list targeting American citizens in the United States.I think President Obama not long ago signed a order to where he can arrest American citizens that he thinks may be a future danger.In this order President Obama can hold these people who has not committed a crime up to ten years in prison with out a trail.I do find that very chilling.
@peavey (16876)
• United States
26 Apr 11
Chilling, but nothing new. Governments have always been at odds with the people. Although ours was started differently, it has simply grown to be like all the rest. It's very discouraging. Has this great experiment in true freedom failed, after all?