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President Obama to vets: Just get over your bitterness.

December 12, 2016 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

(Akiit.com) Heretofore it would have been inconceivable to think of an American president publicly telling America’s military veterans their loss of life in defense of their country meant nothing to him. Now, to be fair, the words I’m about to share came out of the mouth of Obama spokesman Josh Earnest. But, to be factual, nothing comes out of the mouth of a White House Obama spokesman that doesn’t first come from the mind and mouth of the president; sadly, in this case, said president is Obama.

Ergo, when Earnest said: “So yes, there may be some who feel personally embittered, but I’m confident that many will set aside their personal bitterness, not because they’re personally satisfied by the words of the [Japanese] prime minister but because they recognize how important this moment is for the United States. And that’s certainly why they qualify to be described as the Greatest Generation” – he spoke Obama’s words.

This was not the first time Obama has been brazenly cavalier in his open disdain for the citizens of the country that has provided him and his family everything they have.presidentobamaandvets

In April 2008, as a snot-nosed senator from Illinois, of questionable lineage, whose claim to fame was that he had been a community extortionist (albeit he called it community activist), Obama was only marginally less insulting to the American people.

At that time he blamed the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations for failing to “regenerate” communities as they had promised. So as only his kind could assess it, Obama said: “It’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”

Specifically, Obama was saying that small-town residents in Pennsylvania and areas of the Midwest were angry poor white people who were bitter “Bible clingers” and country-bumpkin rednecks clutching their guns. It would not be the last time we witnessed such insults by a loathsome heel attempting to belittle those he believed to be beneath him.

That said, his telling veterans they were “just bitter” because of the loss of life and carnage perpetrated on American soil in an unprovoked sneak attack and that they needed to “get over” what happened that early morning 75 years ago is beyond condemnable.

Obama’s commitment to deconstruct and abolish the traditions America was founded upon plus his wife’s “ghetto fabulous” abuse of usufruct have offended and insulted the citizenry the whole of his time in office. The “just get over it” attitude for an act of war committed on American soil deepens the disrespect for him and his family.

No one in his family paid for the price of freedom with their life or with physical and emotional injuries. His mother, if we are to believe the words in his books, was given to capricious displays of wanton commonality, drugs and a Communist ideology, and abandoned her children. Obama’s grandfather literally handed him over to be “mentored” by a known pedophile and rabid Communist.

Still it was America, the nation he treats with raw contempt that provided him the opportunity to make something of himself. When has he said black hatemongers need to “get over” slavery “because they [should] recognize how important this moment [would be] for the United States”?

He hasn’t. Indeed, he personally has contributed massively to fomenting disharmony at every opportunity. He bows before petty dictators and terrorists but makes it a point to curse the American people by words and actions.

Slavery ended 151 years ago. The unprovoked attacked on Pearl Harbor was 75 years ago. There are people alive today who either fought in World War II or had family who fought and died in that war. And Obama has the unmitigated audacity to tell them to just get over it.

He should be reminded that it is himself America wants to “get over.” That is why America rejected his handpicked stooge to replace him and continue his desecration of America. That is why America selected President-Elect Donald Trump. And that is why Americans in months and years to come will curse Obama’s name when we consider everything he destroyed and everyone he insulted. And as he runs to media to whine and express his discontent with what President Trump is doing, We the People of America will be sure to tell him to “just get over it.”

Columnist; Mychal Massie

Official website; http://mychal-massie.comc


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One Response to “President Obama to vets: Just get over your bitterness.”
  1. George Jackson says:

    You speaking the troop. We as a nation need to do more when it comes to our veterans. Step up President Obama, and do the right thing.

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