Thursday, July 17, 2014

Obama sparks anger: MH17 'MAY be a terrible tragedy...but HELLO, DELAWARE!'

All day we've heard reports of the Malaysia airliner blown out of the sky by a surface-to-air missile near the Ukraine-Russia border. A horrendous scene of murderous carnage that killed 298 innocent passengers...

So what did President Obama have to say about it? 'It MAY be a terrible tragedy...but HELLO, DELAWARE!' In other words, about 38 seconds worth before transitioning back to campaign mode...


DailyMail: Barack Obama provoked fury in the U.S. by casually devoting mere moments to the deaths of 295 people aboard a Malaysian airliner on Thursday in Wilmington, Delaware, and then launching into jokes and his prepared remarks on the need to expand America´s transportation infrastructure. Twenty-three Americans are feared dead after the jetliner crashed in eastern Ukraine. Obama declared that ´it looks like it may be a terrible tragedy, but not before enthusiastically declaring that ´it is wonderful to be back in Delaware.´
Hey, cut the guy some slack...he had two fundraisers to deal with today! Adding a new meaning to never let a crisis go to waste, I suppose.

And what's the big deal...I mean, he made jokes about the other Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared over the Pacific...remember?



What the HELL is wrong with this clown of a president? Well, I guess I just answered my own question.

Related links: AP Interview: Ukraine Blames Russia for Crash
Putin Blames Ukraine For Downing Of Passenger Plane In Pro-Russian Rebel Territory
Russian Separatist Leader Claimed On Facebook That Separatists Downed Plane, But Then Scrubbed Post
´It looks like it may be a terrible tragedy’: Obama sparks anger with 40-second mention of Malaysian plane crash that killed 23 Americans before giving transportation speech
It’s All About Me! Obama References Himself 12 Times In Fundraising Email
Malaysia: 'We're not ready to accept this so soon after MH370 tragedy'

ADDENDUM: Once off the campaign trail, Obama attempted a do-over this morning, relaying that there was at least one American killed. Learning from his 'red line' mishap, he also filed this one under 'global tragedy.' Leadership from Mr. Universe.

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