Obama, Ho & Che

U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang shake hands at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi, Vietnam, Monday, May 23, 2016. The president is on a weeklong trip to Asia as part of his effort to pay more attention to the region and boost economic and security cooperation. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

President Obama’s last year in office has been marked by two awful photos.

The first one was in Cuba with Che in the background.   It caused an outrage as many of you remember reading in this blog.

President Obama’s latest photo will upset more than just Cuban Americans. In other words, most Americans remember Ho Chi Minh and the 60,000 troops lost in Vietnam.

President Obama did not have to stand in front of these tributes to Che and Ho.

He could have told the leaders of Cuba and Vietnam that such displays were unacceptable.

So what does it say about President Obama?   It tells us that he is ignorant of history and not too concerned about the families of those killed in Vietnam.    He is the Obama who sat in Reverend Wight’s church all of those years!
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1 thought on “Obama, Ho & Che”

  1. Obama doesn’t have the minimal decency and basic respect for Vietnam vets and their loved ones, or the victims of communism throughout the world, to avoid this kind of offense, because his chief priority is to avoid offending his odious and malevolent hosts–same as in Cuba with the Che photo. This is strictly about what he personally wants for his “legacy.” He doesn’t see such provocation as a problem, not only because he doesn’t care and gets a kick out of it, but because he’s got nothing to worry about. He no longer needs votes, and he knows he’s covered–a liberal Dem with a melanin shield is VERY highly protected indeed.

    I don’t blame him, because he knows he can pull this shit with impunity, and that is NOT his fault. Anytime someone like Obama gets essentially carte blanche to be himself, the result is precisely that. Yes, Obama is a disgrace, but an extremely enabled one, and thus the real disgrace is not his. It rests elsewhere, in far too many people, and they will neither own it nor change their ways. If you put garbage in the White House, only garbage will come out of it.

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