MICHAEL SAVAGE NEWSLETTER: Don’t tell me what I’m supposed to think, Obama!

In today’s issue: Dr. Savage took aim at President Obama’s reticent approach to ISIS, saying the president “thinks he’s John Wayne, but he’s closer to John Wayne Gacy,” the notorious “killer clown” of the 1970s.

“He’s taking a real stand,” Savage said ironically. “He’s saying it’s ‘absolutely vital for every country, every leader to send a signal that the viciousness of a handful of killers does not stop the world from doing vital business.’”

Well, that’s easy to say when you’re surrounded by 5,000 Secret Service agents.

Not easy to say when you’re going to the shopping mall this Thanksgiving, and you don’t know if that headscarf over there has a bomb underneath it.

In plain English, that’s what the American people think.

Don’t tell me what I’m supposed to think, Obama!

So, people are afraid that they’re going to be bombed at a shopping mall.

And he’s tell you, “Oh, don’t worry about at thing. Just go about your business.” After all, what the heck, it’s your life, not his.

As you know, John Wayne was an American icon who embodied the American spirit.

What did he show in the movies? Toughness, individuality, manhood, dignity.

All things that have been beaten out of American culture by the academics, the vermin in the media and Katzenburg, Hatzenburg, Matzenburg and Ratzenburg in Hollywood.

The same Hollywood that gave us a John Wayne and supported Americans through wars and the Great Depression, that showed us how great we are as a people, now defines courage and resolve as American men who should be embracing their inner woman and flaunting it for the world to see their weakness.

Read more at http://www.michaelsavage.wnd.com/2015/11/michael-savage-newsletter-dont-tell-me-what-im-supposed-to-think-obama/#8VtJHBK2TUlveWIl.99


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