Skip to comments.Obama to Speak at Joplin High School Graduation
Posted on 03/05/2012 11:16:14 AM PST by Free ThinkerNY
President Obama will deliver the commencement address at the first high school graduation in Joplin, Mo., since a tornado nearly obliterated the town one year ago, killing 160 people.
Obama will travel to the still-recovering region to speak May 21 at Joplin High School immediately after the G8 and NATO summits in Chicago, White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer announced today on Twitter.
In the aftermath of last years storms, Obama flew to Joplin to tour the devastation and attend a memorial service, where he promised residents, your country will be there with you every single step of the way.
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It’s all the “other” people’s fault. The various spoon fed news sources understand this.
I can’t imagine they would even let him off his plane
Next he will be at Merry Flowers Day Care
Geez, haven’t those people suffered enough?
What a monster this man is. Dropping into a swing state in what he considers “flyover country” for a short PR tour to manipulate these people’s grief for his political benefit in November.
He will blame Bush for the tornado.
We’re supposed to call this an opportunistic photo op when a Republican does it.
With all of the recent loss of life and property from the storms across the mid-west, I haven’t anything from Obama!
He is more concerned with calling the student from Georgetown.
Is he checking to be sure the kids have been sufficiently indoctrinated?
The next R who does it, Im first in line.
Haven’t they suffered enough?
You must be thirty after that speech Mr. President. Here, have some Ice Tea. We got a big shipment last 4th of July.
In the last 76 years a Democrat has been sent to Washington, DC a total of 4 years.
This is fly over country.
Obama’s speech will probably be as bad as the one at Osawatomie or the one at AIPAC or his state of the Unions. So many lies it is hard not to yell You Lie!
He invited himself to the Barnard College (for Women) commencement, so he might have done the same here.
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