How illiterate does he think we are? Like the emperor with no clothes, President Obama doesn't seem to recognize his own hypocrisy. When a killer uses a gun to take out students on a school campus, the president condemns the weapon more vehemently than the violence, calling for regulations that would further restrict the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners --- turning them into sitting ducks for the next attack. When an Islamic terrorist murders innocents in the name of Allah, the president tells us not to judge, to be patient, to show understanding.
How can he encourage such behavior toward radical extremists? Only days after the Paris terrorist attacks, thousands of fans in the stands of a Turkish soccer stadium booed during a moment of silence for the Paris victims. Then they began cheering, "Allah Akbar!"
On radio Wednesday, Glenn pointed out these screaming fans represent the very people President Obama says we should bring into our country by the tens of thousands.
"These are the refugees that we should take, the people that come from that culture, that are handing out candy when there is an attack or screaming 'Allah Akbar' during a moment of silence for Paris, France," Glenn said. "And he says if you disagree with him, you're just 'a xenophobe, or you're afraid of 3-year-olds and orphans.' That's a quote."
In Turkey, President Obama said, "We are not well served when in response to a terrorist attack, we descend into fear and panic." He went on to say good decisions are never made right after an attack.
Why, then, is the president so quick to make judgments following shootings that don't involve Islamic extremists? Glenn offered comments made by the president immediately following the tragedy at Sandy Hook as a comparison.
"The blood isn't even washed off the sidewalks, and this man is telling us that we have to get rid of guns. The hypocrisy is astounding," Glenn said.
The president also said we don't make good decisions when it's based on "hysteria" or "exaggeration." Exaggeration? Is it an exaggeration to believe Islamic extremist will kill "infidels" if given the opportunity?
Globally, 10 percent of the population is Islamic --- that's 100 million people who want to kill, crucify, behead, or enforce a tax on non-Muslims. That percent skyrockets if you're a Christian in Syria or Iraq.
"When you go over to countries like Syria, the number is 90 percent that believe terrorism is a legitimate tool, that believe terrorism against the United States is legitimate," Glenn said. "So this is not an over exaggerated problem. We're not reaching a hasty conclusion, sir. You are delusional."
Glenn went on to challenge the president's political posturing about Americans not wanting to allow three-year-old orphans into the country.
"You want to bring a boatload, a planeload --- you can bring cargo ships full of three-year-old orphans," Glenn said. "I'm having a hard time finding the three-year-old orphans and the widows. I'm finding an awful lot of 18- to 24-year-old men. This is absolutely outrageous."
Later in the program, Glenn reminded the audience of how Obama was touted as almost god-like after the 2004 Democratic Convention. He was supposed to be a new kind of politician, a genius with bold ideas and an open mind. Sure, he was a Democrat, but he was a moderate one, not an ideologue. He would be able to reach across the aisle to Republicans and just get things done.
Of course, this is the same man who as president of the United States warned ISIS they would be bombed by dropping leaflets should they want to clear out first.