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October 11, 2015


Ob*ma said in his initial speech about the shootings that it SHOULD be politicized. I think his original intent was to go to Roseburg and grandstand this thing. Then he saw that there would be protests against him exploiting the incident, but he couldn't just back down and cancel the visit. That would be seen as caving in to the opposition and he would catch flack for that. The old rock and a hard place. So, to save face he had to at least show up so as not to look bad. He extended his condolences, made a short speech and made his exit. This cost millions in tax dollars to get him there, planning, logistics, infrastructure and security.

Lots of fossil fuel burning at a time when "global warming" is the single greatest threat to the United States according to the democrat debaters last night.

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