Obama ignores wishes of bereaved

By Chrissy the Hyphenated

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Chrissy’s Site Bites: http://news.webshots.com/photo/2104783800056011884FTxNiE

News source: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/08/11/white-house-photo-ceremony-for-us-troops-killed-in-afghanistan-sparks/

Photo source: http://www.whitehouse.gov/photos-and-video/photogallery/august-2011-photo-day

These families gave enough. They asked for privacy. They deserved to receive it, not have their loss used by this clown as a campaign tool to trumpet his one and only success.

I debated about not showing the photo at all, but when I saw it was still posted at the White House “Photo of the Day” website, I decided to do a screenshot to show how violating the families’ wishes was ALL about showing OBAMA in a military setting.

If this photo were not of such a solemn occasion, I’d photoshop a text bubble over his head that says, “I got Bin Laden.” Because I am certain that is what this was about.

If you liked this, you might also want to read https://polination.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/barack-cant-be-bothered-to-govern/


Filed under Afghanistan, Armed Forces, Barack Obama

6 responses to “Obama ignores wishes of bereaved

  1. blessed2beme3

    sickening…they have no shame.


  2. Ting

    Oh, dear. My prayers to these families and apologies, also, for our President. I’ll gladly bow to these military families.


  3. It seems hardly a day goes by that our president doesn’t give us another display of just how despicable he is.


  4. Pistol Pete

    Heartless,gutless,soulless.That pretty much covers it.


  5. chrissythehyphenated

    Just been fooling around in my head with that URL … It helps keep me from stroking out about this horrible, awful man running wars my kids are fighting in. So here’s my best:

    Once upon a time in DemocRAT Land, the CINC Who Had No Clothes went on an FTX to Dover AFB with his Photographer Who Had No Class. All of the NIE reports on the FTX came back marked ZERO.


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