Last Saturday, on the 57th anniversary of the day that Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a bus, the White House chose to release this picture to commemorate the day!
What picture do you suppose the White House will release December 7th, if any, to commemorate Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day?
The picture above can only be explained by the sad fact that, at least in the eyes of Barack Obama, this seminal day in the Civil Rights movement in some way had more to do with him than it did with Rosa Parks!
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day!
So on December 7th, when the country commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese that killed more than 2,400 Americans, wounded more than 1,100 and that marked the United States entry into WWII, what picture do you think that the White House might release then?
Knowing that the First Family will soon embark on its vacation to Hawaii, it will likely be something like this one.
H/T The Gateway Pundit
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