Obama Says Not To Jump To Any Conclusions

President Obama vowed on Monday night to get to the bottom of who is behind a pair of deadly explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, but warned Americans not jump to any conclusions.

After Boston blasts, Obama vows to get answers

Don’t jump to conclusions, like when Obama called the Boston Police Department racists in 2009, without knowing any of the facts of the arrest. Or when he did the same with George Zimmerman in 2012.

It might actually have been a spontaneous YouTube protest or workplace violence.

The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” Obama said

What Obama meant to say was that “Boston will be in our prayers” but it accidentally slipped out as a command. I’m pretty sure that the 1st Amendment prohibits the government from telling people to pray (as opposed to asking them.)

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55 Responses to Obama Says Not To Jump To Any Conclusions

  1. kbray in california says:

    Islamic terrorists succeed through lies and betrayal.
    Obama does too… Hmmmmmmm……

  2. GeologyJim says:

    OK, maybe times are too conducive to cynicism, but … …

    I’ve seen the videos of the blasts several times now and I can’t help but think “These are pretty piss-ant little poof-tahs, compared to real-life ‘terr-o-rist IEDs’ and such in the Middle East”.

    Yeah, people got hurt with shrapnel and there may have been a few limbs lost, but … … nobody died. These were scare-bombs, not kill-bombs.

    Now, who might benefit from the general population being scared of seemingly random acts?

    If you start hearing about the need to reduce the size of public gatherings … in the name of safety … you’ll know the answer.

    The First Amendment reserves “the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” … … … … unless this government can insist that “public safety” negates that right.


    • bkivey says:

      I agree that the explosions weren’t overly large, unless you happened to be standing next to them. Let’s not get carried away. This was a terror act, but we don’t know yet by whom. If I was a book, I wouldn’t be taking bets on religion.

  3. Robertv says:

    I think they have just burned the Reichsdag ‘accidentally’ .

  4. jimash1 says:

    They’re looking for Richard Jewell right now.

  5. I. Lou Minotti says:

    Most of mine come from the heart, and not without a few tears–especially as related to tyrannical acts like this. The High Priest of the Kingdom of Government as God will now dictate when and where to pray!

  6. Jim says:

    I do NOT think that he was ordering everyone to pray. I think that he was predicting that some people would pray. If you don’t want to pray, that is up to you.

  7. “…not to jump to any conclusions.” — he’s referring to Benghazi, I’m pretty sure. Notice how quickly his little white house put out that it was an “act of terrorism”–he doesn’t want that precious point to get away from him again; and he wants the American people to remember he was quick to say them this time, so his followers can deflect any future criticism about Benghazi by saying, “oh, look how quickly he called the BOSTON attack an act of terrorism, so stop about Benghazi already”. The problem this time will come if it IS an act of ISLAMIC terrorism, and he has to add THAT word–because he won’t. Then, somewhere, there will be a Boston Marathoner who made an anti-Mohammed video, or who laughed during the showing of one…

  8. Stefan v says:

    Maybe they were oversized assault soft-drinks that were exposed to a teaparty leaflet and spontaneously detonated. Or, genetically mutated fundamentalist chicken sandwiches bitterly clinging to their freedom. Never mind, the gubbermint will sort it out, and the Great Golfer will kick everyone’s non-compliant sovereign behind.

  9. Sarah H says:

    LOL at the comments below. You guys are so ignorant. How does this prove that Obama is Muslim? He’s being rational about the situation. These kids were just SUSPECTS. There was no proof that they were the criminals, especially because they were stripped of mirinda rights. Please keep your islamophobic comments to yourself, you’re just proving that America is filled with racist ignorant individuals like yourself.

    a Canadian.

  10. Me says:

    Sarah, continue, I, err Me as a Canadian here would like to know more of what you believe?

    • Sarah H says:


      I apologize, I don’t understand what you’re trying to say..

      However, in regards to Canadian oil, it’s VERY costly to extract due to the sand. All I meant to say that, America decided to invade many countries that do have oil.

      Like I said, it’s Canadian history.

  11. Chewer says:

    Big O and his merry band of fellow travelers have an agenda and lie to the world daily for a means to an end. Whatever he meant by a fundamental transformation, is not good, as we look at his actions and ignore the words…
    The U.S.A. has done more to liberate and protect peoples freedoms than any other country on the planet and without us, we’d all be speaking German, Japanese or some other language here and in Canada.
    History is full of repetition and wanting to control your surroundings always end in strife &/or war!
    I do not care what others think or feel and do not accept anyone’s ideas & actions that stifle my own freedoms, especially when it comes to the Constitution & Bill of Rights that govern our Nation.
    When in Rome, do as the Romans do, but keep your shit out of my back yard and do not attempt to force your world-view on to others.

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