Sunday, June 13, 2010

How much more insulting can the Obamas be. Really.

This is from Sunday, June 13, 2010.

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – First lady Michelle Obama is challenging Americans to come up with ways to show support for U.S. troops and their families.

Obama spoke Sunday to about 3,500 service members and their families at Camp Pendleton, which has lost five Marines in the war in Afghanistan in the past week.

Obama says Camp Pendleton and its neighboring Southern California communities are a model for the nation in terms of showing support for the military.

She says communities can do things such as offer free museum passes, discounts and sending care packages to troops.

Obama has made improving quality of life for military families one of her top priorities.

Who is she trying to fool? The Obamas support the Military? Since when? Why it was just a couple of years ago that she was finally proud of her country. No, not because of our magnificent Military. But because her black (they continue to ignore that he's bi-racial) husband had a shot at the presidency. She and B. Hussein never supported the Military in any great measure and, judging by Obama's recent comments that he doesn't like to use the word "victory," he half heartedly supports them now. In fact, D-Day, June 6, passed by without so much as a mention by the Obamas or anyone from the White House, nor was there a mention on the White House website. Instead the Obamas had another party to attend to; theatre, I think it was. Of course, there were pictures. What a disgrace.

On the other hand, patriotic Americans all over this great land have been proudly supporting our Troops for years. Have been sending care packages for years. And many companies have been giving discounts to the military for years. We don't need the likes of Michelle Obama "challenging" us. We love our Military. We support our Military. No challenge necessary.

Michelle, if you really want to support our Troops and their families, tell your husband to let our Troops fight to win.