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Conspicuous by his absence. King Barrack Hussein skips anti-terrorism rally in Paris

By Thomas Madison

The world came together in a promising way on Sunday. The anti-terrorism rally in Paris drew over a million participants, including more than 50 national leaders from around the globe. Muslim leaders, including officials from the Palestinian Fatah party, King Abdullah of Jordan (a direct descendant of Mohammed), representatives of the UAE, and other Muslim nations from Turkey to Tunisia, all locked arms with fellow national leaders, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and many other leaders from across Europe and around the world.

Missing was a representative of the United States. Apparently too busy for such silliness was Barrack Obama. His Attorney General, Eric Holder, was in Paris for another meeting, but this anti-terrorism rally, attended by national leaders world-wide, was apparently not convenient to attend. Looks like a middle finger to me.

Not attending a rally against terrorism, especially in light of the recent Paris tragedies, sends a pretty clear message: “We are not against terrorism and Islamic violence, nor are we in favor of free speech.”

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Ex-Army officer and stone-cold patriot, Thomas Madison is on a mission to contribute in any and every way to the restoration of and strict obedience to the United States Constitution, that divinely-inspired, concise, intentionally and specifically broad (wrap your head around that oxymoron) blueprint which has gifted the world with the concept and realization of individual liberty and unlimited prosperity. We, as a nation, have lost our way. We have spent the past one-hundred years attempting to fix what was never broken. As with building anything, when you can't figure it out, consult the blueprint. So too with rebuilding America, the blueprint for which is the United States Constitution.

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