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Obama Honors Pearl Harbor With Another Selfie

From Breitbart:

Obama Honors Pearl Harbor Dead with Picture of Himself

By William Bigelow Dec 8, 2013

President Barack Obama’s Facebook page on Saturday posted a message honoring the dead from Pearl Harbor—accompanied by a picture of Obama descending the stairs next to the Pearl Harbor Memorial. 

The picture barely fits the name of the Arizona Memorial so it can frame Obama in the foreground.

Surely, the White House knows by now that Obama is being universally mocked for his rampant narcissism. But apparently, they can’t stop.

By the way, this is the same man who selectively blocked WII veterans from visiting national monuments, while he gave illegal aliens access to the Mall for a protest.

The post’s statement reads:

Today, with solemn pride and reverence, let us remember those who fought and died at Pearl Harbor, acknowledge everyone who carried their legacy forward, and reaffirm our commitment to upholding the ideals for which they served.

President Obama

The Obama Administration’s current shipbuilding plan shrinks the size of the Navy from 313 to 298 ships. During a debate in the 2012 election, the President famously responded to concerns about the Navy’s smaller size with a quip about the armed forces also having fewer "horses and bayonets."

For the record, the US had 790 in active service on December 7, 1941. Which is more than twice as many ships as we have now. (By the end of the war that number was up to 6768. But we won’t have so many years to prepare, next time.)

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Monday, December 9th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

3 Responses to “Obama Honors Pearl Harbor With Another Selfie”

  1. Steve, quit baiting me …

  2. Astravogel

    Thank heavens he wasn’t in charge back then or we’d be eating rice balls,
    sushi, and kimchi, all the time!

  3. canary

    I’ll bet Obama never visited the Pearl Harbor Memorial or flyover during the periods he even lived in Hawaii.


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