Barack Obama … 90 Rounds of Golf, But First Time Visiting Pearl Harbor Since Becoming President



What is wrong with this picture? Barack Obama has played 90 rounds of golf;  however, his visit Thursday to Pear Harbor was the first time since becoming Commander in Chief. December 7, 2011 marked the 70th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the death of more than 2400 brave souls. However, President Obama was no where to be found. Yet, he manages to visit Peal Harbor for the first time in between rounds of golf and shaved ice with the family while on vacation in Hawaii. As fate would have it, there were reporters there, imagine that.

President Obama on Thursday evening made his first trip to Pearl Harbor since becoming commander in chief.

The president and first lady Michelle Obama visited the USS Arizona Memorial, where they observed a moment of silence in a room in which the names of crew members who died 70 years ago this month have been inscribed.

Obama, who visited the memorial before he was president in 2008, did not make any remarks at the memorial, according to a pool report. But he and the first lady dropped white and purple orchids into the sunken battleship.

What an example he has set as Commander in Chief. At some point this man will pay a political price for using the military as a political prop. Remember in November!

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    One Response to “Barack Obama … 90 Rounds of Golf, But First Time Visiting Pearl Harbor Since Becoming President”

    1. g-up on January 10th, 2012 4:39 am

      Yeah yay i luv Obama 2. Hes good presidend!

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