Why Do They Feel Invincible?


Published at Canada Free Press on April 4, 2015

Many of President Barack Obama’s political supporters seem to think that they are invincible.

No, not just invincible politically, but their own personal safety is perceived, based on their continued support of Mr. Obama, they view themselves as immune to any and all attacks no matter what possible source.

The majority of Obama’s core supporters are black (from all economic strata) or white (from more wealthy citizens) or younger, single women.

Unless they live in major population centers, they frequently live in gated and guarded communities.

But just take a look at where these supporters live, based on their voting pattern in the 2012 election.

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Democrats, liberals and Progressives seem to be located in areas with high concentrations
in densely populated areas.

There is another name for these areas of America that is used by leaders in foreign nations with whom the United States have been negotiating over their ability to use nuclear weapons, such as Iran, North Korea, the People’s Republic of China, Russia and others.  These areas are called, in common terms, TARGETS.

If we look at the threat from Iran alone, one can safely assume that should the Islamic Republic decide to drop whatever bombs they have on the United States (less one that they would probably aim at Tel Aviv), this would be the most likely target list that they would generate, matched up with who lives in that area.

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These six targets would be destroyed with only six bombs, but the loss of those six would more than likely destroy the USA for all practical purposes.

Would they pick those six cities because they don’t like Democrats, liberals and Progressives?  Of course not.  That would kill many of Obama’s voters, but that would not be the reason for picking those cities. Those would be chosen based on the economic, political and defense impacts of each.

Of course, Obama himself, and his family, would be whisked away before the bombs exploded.  But no matter how enthusiastic his supporters have been, he isn’t going to be stopping and asking any of them “Hey! Need a lift out of here?”  His supporters will be on their own.  And many will die instantly…if they’re lucky.  Others will have radiation illness and suffer a lingering death. Or if they don’t get a big enough dose of radiation, they will be living in or near major cities that have lost power, water, food deliveries, civic order, police protection and other things that are considered necessities.

Will these Obama supporters ever consider who to blame for allowing Iran to develop nuclear weapons, or will they simply assume that without their adored leader that it could have been worse?

Personally, for those of us who do survive, it will be worse.  Our economy would be in shambles, the Federal government would be destroyed, our ability to defend ourselves from other enemies would be crippled, and all of us would be forced to suffer through another Obama speech where he will blame Republicans.

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About Jim Yardley

Retired after 30 years as a financial controller for a variety of manufacturing firms, a two-tour Vietnam veteran, and independent voter.
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2 Responses to Why Do They Feel Invincible?

  1. Pete Morin says:

    You might be right, Jim, about placement for targets. What worries me much more is a well placed nuclear detonation that takes out the entire national electrical grid. This will cripple our entire infrastructure causing massive rioting and chaos, thereby effectively ending our civilization as we know it. The projected results of such an EMP( electro magnetic pulse) would be around 90% of the population dead within 6-9 months. To me, this is a much more likely scenario.

    • Jim Yardley says:

      I agree, Pete. It’s more like discussing “retail” versus “wholesale”. Apply the discussion to a Walmart, and the differences dwindle into insignificance. Lose 90% of our population, then it comes down to “How long will that take?”

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