By Rick Wells
Hussein Obama walked a tightrope in Dallas, balancing the need to appear to be respectful of the brutal murder of a group that he often vilifies with his inherent opportunism and impulse to knock the huge racism chip off of his own shoulder.
To say that his comments were inappropriate, given the nature of the event they were protecting at the time of the ambush and the motivations of their murderer is a gross understatement. Obama views all American commoners as dispensable props, with police officers being perhaps the lowest of the low in his eyes. There was never a question as to whether or not their deaths were going to be exploited. The only question was in what way and how much he could get away with.