Skip to comments.Obama gives military latrine duty new meaning
Posted on 03/29/2014 5:56:31 PM PDT by Steve Peacock
Government document puts naval engineering group in charge of Kenya pit toilets
The Obama administration lately has demanded much from American soldiers, who now face possible reductions in the number in their ranks as well as higher payments toward their health benefits. Thats in addition to duty in Afghanistan, or worse.
In the latest slap to the face of U.S. Department of Defense personnel, Obama now is asking those soldiers to oversee the digging of toilets at a girls school in Kenya, his home country, as First Lady Michelle Obama once publicly put it.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command is tasked with coordinating the endeavor, involving the construction of a building containing 16 female dry-pit latrines for the Mpeketoni Secondary School, according to project Statement of Work that WND discovered during routine database research.
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Anyone have profanity adequate for this?
A sh*tty order from a sh*tty President.
Guess our dear king and queen (Or is it queen and queen?) want it designed to smell just like the WH now smells...
“If you have your poop, you can keep your poop.”
BHO Memorial $hitter
Buraq Hussien Obama!
I imagine this is a fairly common task for these guys. Field sanitation is very important, and it’s one of those obnoxious “hearts and minds” kind of things.
One soldier to another, “I’ m going to go take an Obama”
plo...permanent latrine orderly
You know why Russians make fun of him?
Because “Barack” rhymes with “durak” (stupid).
Would this be Seabees?
I’m afraid I can’t quite see what the surprise is here; everyone knows Obama considers our fighting men and women to be on a par with human waste.
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