Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Story about Barack Obama and D-Day: False and yet so damn believable!

False story yet so damn believable!
The email headline reads 'Are you surprised' and goes on to say that Barack Obama is the only sitting president in the past 68 years who failed to go to the D-Day Monument that honors the soldiers killed during the Invasion on the anniversary of the event.

According to Snopes the story is False but sadly, based on the actions, behaviors and apparent belief system of this President, the story is absolutely believable!

An incredible statement I know but the truth is that until now whatever my opinion of a President was the one thing that I never questioned was love of country.

D-Day... "The only three times."

For those too young to remember; Here is a photo of the The Normandy

American Cemetery and Memorial in France memorializing the fallen US

soldiers of the D-Day Invasion to retake Europe from the Nazis. The large

white areas in the photo are created by thousands of white Crosses and Star

of David grave markers:

There is also a D-Day Monument in Bedford , VA ... a relatively short 200

mile helicopter ride from the White House:

In all the years since D-Day 1945, there are only three occasions when the

sitting President of the United States of America failed to go to the D-Day

Monument that honors the soldiers killed during the Invasion. Only Three

Times... The three were:

1. Barack Obama 2010

2. Barack Obama 2011

3. Barack Obama 2012

For the past 68 years, every single president, except Obama, has paid

tribute to the fallen American soldiers killed on D-Day. Last year, instead

of honoring the soldiers, he made a 3,000 mile campaign trip on Air Force 1

to California to raise funds for the past election. Priorities? - - It

speaks volumes... doesn't it?

In a Constitutional Republic, you win by showing up!

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