Obama Sends This Important Message to Louisiana Flood Victims

Ladies and gentlemen, there is only one way to put it, Barack Obama the President of the United States, is a schm**k.  He finally sent a message to flooded Louisiana. Was it words of comfort? Not Barack Obama.

Read the below I am sure you will you will want to call him names also:

Guest post by Michael Ware

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There is nothing more irritating than to have someone seek to find problems where there is none. Those who strive to stir up strife where none exists should make both people wonder what the motive is behind such allegations.

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It is even more outrageous that someone who is too busy vacationing to be of assistance is chiming in to cause trouble. This is how many have perceived the warning issued by Obama and the Department of Justice.

The Washington Times reports

President Obama has refused so far to survey the Louisiana flood disaster, but he did let state and local officials know that he’s watching to make sure they don’t engage in racial discrimination.

In a 16-page guidance issued Tuesday, the Obama administration, led by the Justice Department, warned Louisiana recipients of…

Read the rest of the story at Jeff Dunetz’s blog The Lid

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