Obama’s priorities are crystal clear

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Very shortly after SCOTUS announced its ruling in favor of gay marriage, the Obama administration lit the White House with LGBT rainbow lights  “to demonstrate our unwavering commitment to progress and equality, here in America and around the world.”

Following the murders of five members of the Armed Forces by a Muslim terrorist, the White House flag was not lowered to half mast until after the public put pressure on the president to do so. In fact, President Obama did not appear to give a crap about the murders. Instead of going to Chattanooga to comfort the bereaved, he flew to New York City for a Democrat fundraiser and a Broadway show.

Katie Pavlich noted this was typical behavior for our useless, disrespectful Commander-in-Chief.  “Less than 24-hours after the 9/11 Benghazi attacks, he jetted off to Las Vegas for a fundraiser. After American journalist James Foley was beheaded by ISIS, he hit the golf course.”



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One response to “Obama’s priorities are crystal clear

  1. Didja ever try to find a paragraph or two that you remember reading online, without a clue who wrote it or where you read it? This is why I bookmark too many things in my blog-heap pages, but the one I’m trying to find will so often be one I forgot to bookmark. I was about to give up trying to locate it, when I checked by browser history and saw Hope n’ Change and I thought, yeah, that was something Stilton might write. And it was.

    …We were aghast at his original decision not to lower flags while offering up rationalizations like “that’s only for senior statesmen” or “we don’t want to have to decide whether or not to do it every time a service member is killed.” But since this dithering represented about the standard degree of assholery from this administration, we were willing to accept it and move on.

    But now Obama has ordered the flags to be lowered. Not because it was the right and moral thing to do, but because too many angry members of the public called him out on it. In a rare instance of genuine transparency, it was clear that Obama simply wanted to bury the story as quickly as possible, along with any troubling questions about Islamic radicalism in our nation. …

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