I'll be writing today and tomorrow about Guantanomo -- "Gitmo" -- which is becoming a political disaster for America's worst President, Barack Hussein Obama. The Democrats in the Senate will not vote to give money to Obama to close Gitmo -- until, as they say, he "has a plan in place."
It appears that "plan" is a euphemism for: "We don't want any Gitmo detainees housed in the U.S., let alone in our states!" The only exceptions to this view are "blame-America-first" leftists like Obama's former colleague Richard Durbin of IL, Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse of RI, Pat Leahy of VT, and one or two other senatorial buffoons.
Perhaps Durbin and Obama might hatch a "plan" that would house the detainees in Illinois -- perhaps even in Obama's own Hyde Park neighborhood? Whilte there, they could go over for tea at the home of Hyde Park residents Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn? Maybe the Rev. Wright might stop by?
Or maybe Senators Reed and Whitehouse could house the detainees in Rhode Island. Newport, home to the rich and famous, is a nice place to reside in the summer. Reed and Whitehouse could share with the former Gitmo-ites tales about the foreign policy evils of the US. Maybe Nancy Pelosi could drop by to discuss how the CIA "always misleads" members of Congress.
We have a president who may not even be an American citizen. Perhaps that's why preserving and protecting the Constitution -- and even safeguarding the American people -- seem not to be major concerns for the current inhabitant of the White House.
Come to think of it, perhaps the White House itself would be a good place for housing terrorists. Frankly, they would be among friends. The First Lady could explain to them why she believes "America is a downright mean place." That line would result in 241 heads nodding. Barack could outline for them Rev. Wright's theory that the US government "invented" AIDS in order to kill Black people.
Alas, this is what we've all come to in the country formerly known as America.