Monday, June 22, 2015

FOD 2015.06.22

The sad thing is that the latest outrageous behavior by the obamas no longer outrages anyone...

This is how distraught Obama is over S.C. church massacre
In his official White House statement yesterday on the church massacre in Charleston, President Obama decried what he described as the "senseless actions of a coward" who had "once again cut short so many lives with so much promise." He then added, "Our hearts ache with sorrow with the entire Emanuel AME Church family as they seek solace and comfort in the shadow of a gunman’s act of pure evil and hatred."

His heart wasn't so heavy that he felt impelled to postpone his trip to the West Coast, where a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee had been planned at the home of a millionaire member of the Hollywood community...
Not to mention golf.
Obama continues to cast a pall of unseriousness over his presidency, which was already of questionable seriousness, planning a weekend of golf out in California following two days of fundraising on the Left Coast.

According to the Washington Examiner, Obama will golf in Palm Springs even amidst drought, a prospect that should deeply annoy enviros and Californians forced to restrict their water use. Golf courses are notorious guzzlers of water.

Obama's hitting the links following the announcement of a tragedy is hardly news any more. This most recent incident pales on the chutzpah scale when compared with his heading out for a round of golf 10 minutes after holding a press conference on the death of American journalist James Wright Foley at the hands of Islamic State butchers.
And don't forget last week's 'private' soiree featuring Prince and Stevie Wonder.
The event taking place in the East Room was a performance by Prince for about 500 A-list friends, supporters, and entertainment-world pals of President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama. Pop and rock acts playing the White House isn't news; what set the Prince event apart was its secrecy. Called a "private party for friends and family" by one White House official, the bash featured a lengthy set by Prince and a cameo by Stevie Wonder, and it was kept so under the wraps — before and after — that it quickly became one of the year's most talked-about pop shows.

...the White House declined to release a guest list for the evening, and at least one of the entertainers in attendance had to sign a non-disclosure form agreeing not to talk about the event. Nearly every guest invited to the party who was contacted by Rolling Stone declined to comment on the party, including Bon Jovi, who made a special trip to D.C. for the event. "He's observing the private nature of event — just not commenting," Bon Jovi's rep told RS.

The party was so under the radar that word didn't leak out until Sharpton excitedly tweeted that night: "Leaving the White House party w/POTUS and FLOTUS. Awesome to see Prince and Stevie Wonder on keyboards together. Unbelievable experience." In doing so, Sharpton — who also declined to comment further — inadvertently broke the news of the party to the world.

At the daily White House press briefing two days later, press secretary Josh Earnest was grilled on why the administration didn't "verify the event" until after it was over — and even then only reluctantly. Earnest called it "a non-public event that occurred at the White House" and added, "Given the private nature of the event, I don't have a lot of details to discuss from here."
Meanwhile, Mooch and the first kids - accompanied by Mooch's mother - are in Milan teaching Italians how to cook (at U.S. taxpayer expense, of course).
Journey costs more than twice as much per day as the average American family earns in a year

Barry golfing while neglecting affairs of state. Michelle freeloading off the middle class liberals claim to be fighting for. Private elitist parties and hypocritical recreation.

This is our First Family...?


Old NFO said...

That is just truly sad... And scary...

CenTexTim said...
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CenTexTim said...

It gets worse. Check back here Wed.