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The Marxist-In-Chief has continuously positioned himself as a prodigy of Lincoln’s, which we all knew to be a sham, a crass political maneuver that never had anyone fooled. Perhaps therein lies the reason for his absence.


Obama chickens out, skips Gettysburg ceremony – commentary

By Donald Gilliland | dgilliland@pennlive.com
on October 31, 2013 at 8:00 AM, updated October 31, 2013 at 8:03 AM

Sally Jewell.

John Usher.

Ring any bells?

Didn’t think so.

They’re both nobodies – well, actually, they’re both Secretaries of the Interior.

The difference is when Usher travelled to Gettysburg, he went with his President.

When Jewell goes this November, she’ll be the headliner – her President is taking a pass.

Obama will be a no-show at the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

For a president who has so demonstrably associated himself with Lincoln – the heir of Lincoln’s policies who announced his candidacy from the steps of the Old State Capitol in Springfield and used the Lincoln Bible (twice) at his inauguration – this is nothing less than a profile in cowardice.

More here.

NOTE: These soldiers of the Union would never recognize Marxist Obama as representing them either. They rejected all forms of government tyranny, for it all comes down to one thing, slavery of the individual.



2 Responses

  1. Although I agree with nearly all the issues on this site, I find it odd that you can display your affinity with the United States and Israel (represented by a pin showing both flags) yet at the same time still criticize an American administration that is in league with the current Israeli government in the fight against the enemies that surround them in the Middle East (and rightly so) – but- what’s even more odd is how you can criticize Obama Sotero by calling him a Marxist, which he may be, since he is allowing the U.N. and the globalists to wreck America with socialists policies; yet, are you overlooking the fact that Obama has strictly adhered to the Bush playbook in terms of policy and ideology (Obama is a democratic in name only – he is first a narcissistic opportunist and secondly a puppet of the globalists), and has gone much further than Bush and the neo-cons ever dreamed of in wrecking the country and establishing the nascent police state, not to mention how he drips with crony capitalism. Just a thought.

    1. Carax, why do you find it odd that I show an affinity with Israel and the US, as well as my criticism of its leaders and policies over policies with which I disagree? Are you saying that if I support something, it’s all or nothing? It’s a misconception to believe that Obama is following all of GWBush’s (a decent man btw) policies, many, but not all. Obama has been a disaster in foreign policy, it can be seen in all of the major players jockeying for position in areas void of US strength and resolve. Russia and China (plus Iran) are more resolute than ever before and feeling sure of themselves. I don’t agree with all of GWBush’s foreign policy decision’s, namely, the ‘democracy project’ in the Middle East and that ‘Islam is a religion of peace’, of which Obama shares that sentiment to some measure in former, and definitely in the latter, so in that you’re partly right. I agree with America in the idea, the founding, it’s founding document and system of government that it’s currently in breach of as a result of over 100 yrs of socialist/statist assault. I agree with Israel, and its founding, the justness of its cause, and its ability right and ability to ensure future holocausts against the Jewish people never happen again. If I happen to disagree with the maroon politicians of either state inflicting dangerous policies against their people, I will criticize them, but it doesn’t mean I can’t be a supporter of the state.

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