Sen. Lindsey Graham Believes Obama Loves his Country

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Sen. Lindsey Graham is the potential Republican candidate in next year’s Presidential Election, but before he starts running he wanted to clarify how he truly feels about our current Commander in Chief.

Graham spoke on ABC this week about President Obama and the recent remarks made by former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani. He states, “Well, I love Rudy, but I don’t want to go there. The nation’s very divided. President Obama has divided us more than he’s brought us together and I don’t want to add to that division,” he then went on to state,” I have no doubt that he loves his country. I have no doubt that he’s a patriot. But his primary job as President of the United States is to defend this country and he’s failing miserably.”

Graham feels that the Obama Administration has received a lot of bad press after they labeled ISIS and other groups as “violent extremist,” and for not labeling them as Islamic.

Graham went on to point out that the administration should have labeled the situation as ‘radical Islamists” stating, “They’ve adopted a theory of religion that’s 1,000 years old that requires a worldwide caliphate that will purify the Islamic religion, kill or convert every Christian and Jew and vegetarian in their way. They’re not going to stop unless somebody stops them. Never been more worried about my country than I am today in terms of radical Islam, and yes, it is radical Islam.”

While Graham believes that things should be labeled for what they appear to be, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, went on to explain the President’s decision to ABC saying “In my view, if we start referring to ISIL [ISIS] as occupying any form of the Islamic theology, we’re pretty much dignifying them as occupying some form of that faith. They don’t. Islam is about peace and brotherhood. There are 1.6 billion Muslims in this world and the true Islamic faith has nothing to do with what ISIL represents, and so, to start labeling them as Islam or Islamic State in any respect I think gives them far more dignity than they deserve.”

Photo By: AP Photo/The Des Moines Register, Andrea Melendez


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