Skip to comments.Obama Offers 'Deepest Condolences' at Dutch Embassy
Posted on 07/23/2014 2:28:32 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
In an unscheduled stop at the Embassy of the Netherlands in Washington D.C. Tuesday, President Barack Obama offered his "deepest condolences" on behalf of the American people...
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By the way, I offer my OWN condolences to those who lost loved ones. Obama doesn’t speak on my behalf.
His deepest anything is less than 1/1000ths of an inch thick.
It’s such a shame that with this guy, every motive has to be questioned, he is incapable of honest sympathy, he possesses and displays every psychological malady known to exist.
If he were a dictator in any other country that had none of our constitutional restraints, we would be in a full scale war against his repression of basic human rights and dignity.
A little late but a start.
As this video suggests, there my be a bit of skepticism on his sincerity in that area of the world. They may punch above their weight, but they are not stupid either
Translation: “I’m sorry I got dragged into this mess”
NRO has a good article listing the times he says “we will not rest”. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/383444/no-rest-wicked-jim-geraghty No rest for the wicked.
0’s an empty husk in a clown suit. Whadda dork.
“In an unscheduled stop at the Embassy of the Netherlands in Washington D.C”...
BOVINE EXCREMENT! That “stop” was nothing more than another photo op by the campaigner in chief.
Didn't he and his people say just last week that he's into solutions, not photo ops?
Mark Steyn made the poignant point that the Netherlands with a population of just 17 million had lost in that airliner the population percentile equivalent of our 9/11.
And this creep of a “leader” goes off to fund raisers and cracks jokes.
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