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Terrorism #1 Concern of Voters, but Not to Obama

Listening to Barack Obama over the past six months easily reveals his priorities: climate change and gun control. These topics might sounds good to many people who fail to realize what lies behind them.

“Climate change,” a euphemism, has little to do with “saving the environment” and has everything to do with power and money. Many prominent scientists argue that “global warming” is a hoax. In fact, there are over 100 ridiculous claims that “climate change” and “global warming” is responsible for the collapse of gingerbread houses, homicide, moonbat madness, frog calls, and more (which have been disproven). Even former Vice President Al Gore’s impending climate “almegeddon” will soon be debunked by the end of this month.

Obama and his minions point to increases in carbon levels in the atmosphere in order to impose carbon taxes on companies and taxpayers. What Obama doesn’t state is that one of the main types of atmospheric carbon is carbon dioxide, and the primary source of carbon dioxide naturally occurs– in volcanic activity.

I recently spoke with a geophysicist about the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption. He told me that this single eruption, which was considered a smaller eruption, released over 900,000 TONS of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Consider how much carbon dioxide is being released by an average of 50-60 volcanic eruptions occurring globally every year. (This figure excludes geysers, hot springs, fumerals, mud pots, and other natural releases all over the world, which also contribute tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.)

However, by misleading the general public into believing in climate change, Obama can impose carbon taxes– which will have little to no effect on reducing carbon emissions. But they will rake in billions of dollars for liberal causes.

As for gun control, regardless if he admits it or not, Barack Obama, and the powers behind him, including Hillary Clinton, want to do everything possible to disarm the American people including signing the UN Small Arms Treaty when she was Secretary of State. After all, they can’t accomplish their ultimate goal of conquering America and making it a socialist nation while there are still over 300 million firearms in the hands of Americans. Instead, Obama will continue to chip away at the Second Amendment until there are no gun rights left.

But if voters are asked to identify the issue that is most important to them, they have a completely different response than Obama. Rasmussen Reports asked likely voters what Obama’s focus should be in his final year in office. Climate change and gun control weren’t at the top of the list. These are the polled Americans’ priorities:

  • Terrorism (33%),
  • The economy (19%),
  • Gun control (11%),
  • Global warming (8%), and,
  • Race and criminal justice trailed with only 4 percent each.

A year ago, 40 percent of likely voters gave Obama poor marks in handling national security issues. In the latest poll, this number increased to 47 percent.

When asked how Obama was handling economic issues, 40% said he was doing a poor job and 39% said he is doing a good job.

Ironically, if you listen to Obama, he says the borders are safe and that the government is doing everything possible to beef up national security and fight terrorism. He also says that the economy is recovering nicely and growing stronger. Yet likely voters obviously disagree with Obama, which clearly shows that Obama is completely out of touch with the American people and is operating solely on his own agenda to increase taxation and disarm the American people.

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Dave Jolly

R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.

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