Saturday, June 13, 2009

A promise is a promise

We all know that during last year's election campaign, BO said anything - promised ANYthing - to ensure his installation at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I really don't think I need to reiterate all the consequences of some of his more outrageous rhetoric. However, over at Canada Free Press, William Kevin Stoos has decided to 'help' BO as he writes to the families of our fallen:
A Suggested Form Letter for Use with the 'Adopt a Jihadist' Program

My Sincerest Regrets on the Death of Your Son, by Barack Obama

By William Kevin Stoos Friday, June 12, 2009

imageMr. and Mrs. Jones
Main Street
Anywhere, USA

Re: The Death of Your Son, Private Jones

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Jones:

As President of the United States, the hardest thing I have to do is send young men and women into combat. Tragically, some die defending our freedoms. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son in Afghanistan.

Having never served in the military, knowing nothing about the military, being a rather naive lawyer and community organizer, and having two daughters who I will never send into harm’s way, I cannot imagine how hard it is to lose a brave Marine like your son. Please accept my sincerest condolences for your loss and be assured our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Perhaps the most tragic of all is the fact that he was shot and killed by Mohammed Bin Bomben-- an honor graduate of our “Adopt a Jihadist Program” (See: Obama’s “Adopt-A-Jihadist” Program for Gitmo Prisoners) which you may have read about. Bin Bomben was himself killed in the firefight and we were not only saddened by the loss of your son but also greatly disappointed that Bin Bomben returned to the battlefield after being rehabilitated in Saudi Arabia. Although he promised he would never return to the battlefield and kill American troops, it seems he broke his promise to us and did just that. Sadly, his release from Guantanamo resulted in the loss of your son. We are deeply sorry about this....

You KNOW there is more. Read it here, and weep.

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