The Boston Marathon attack was yet another reminder of how much we are hated by radical extremists, and no I won’t be politically correct: these were Muslim terrorists, educated and comforted in our country. The Tsarnaev family, refugees from war torn Chechnya, were allegedly receiving assistance and welfare. The surviving bomber, Dzhokhar attended prestigious schools in Cambridge. The city of Cambridge even awarding Dzhokhar with a scholarship, so he might pursue a higher education.
We lifted our lamp, and welcomed them into our golden door.
The Tsarnaev family had a history of trouble. The mother was arrested and charged last year for stealing $1,600 worth of clothing from Lord & Taylor. A foreign government, which was in all likelihood Russia, warned the U.S. of the activities of Tamerlan, classifying him as a follower of radical Islam. The FBI determined him “not to be a threat”.
Let me make this clear: Radical Islamists do not like us. They never will. They want to eradicate our lifestyles, our ideals and us. I don’t consider this politicizing a tragedy and the sooner those of a liberal persuasion realize this, the better off we will all be.
The welfare state is out of control. While I believe in helping those that are in desperate need–we all fall occasionally and need help getting up—it is insanity when you learn that hard-working Americans helped foot the bill for the two terrorists that maimed and killed innocent citizens.
We need to seriously re-evaluate our immigration policies. I spoke to Tom DelBeccaro, writer at Forbes and Former Republican Party Chairman of California. This is what he had to say:
“The American practice of accepting the tired, poor and ‘huddled masses yearning to breathe free’ was founded, like our Country, on an ideal. In the modern world, however, we have to face the fact that a dangerous many are not coming here to ‘breathe free’. It is no longer practical, indeed.
Boston proves how very dangerous it is for us not to face this growing reality.
We have to dramatically change our policies as to who we allow in this Country from specific countries-including eliminating this policy of providing immediate welfare without so much as a background check as occurred in the Boston case.”
Just how many other Tsarnaev’s are there living amongst us?
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