Enemy of my Enemy
We on the right are aware of the contempt that the radical liberal left has for our Constitution. Occupants of Congress, and even the White House itself have shown their unashamed disregard and disrespect for the sacred document that our country is founded upon. Presently we have the Harry Reids, Nancy Pelosis, BHOs, and let’s not forget the former president Bill “I loathe the military” Clinton. Even George W. showed some disregard for the document, though not nearly as egregiously as the present occupant has. Our mainstream media has been in bed with these Constitution haters increasingly more often, and as in any person’s life who is hiding something, sooner or later they’re going to slip up and the truth is going to come out.
Alan Keyes makes some excellent points on this subject today about a remark that liberally biased Chris Matthews coughed up concerning the President’s recent visit to West Point.
Here is an excerpt:
But America's military leaders have been educated to respect the authority of the Constitution, not that of any given individual or faction. As this safeguards the liberty of the people, it also makes the professional discipline of the military a reliable friend to all government officials who act with respect for its constitutional provisions. If Obama faction zealots like Chris Matthews instead see the educational home of that military tradition as the "enemy camp," their apprehension speaks tellingly of their own deep abandonment of the constitutional loyalty they apparently fear in the honorable defenders of the Constitution.
My enemy is the liberal who hates what the founding Fathers of this country envisioned. The enemy of my enemy is the US armed forces, who have sworn to uphold the Constitution. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.