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January 13, 2015, 06:49:31 AM
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We need to give him a break, he's got other things on his mind. Golf, basketball and the like are great escapes and things to think about. He's trying ya know!
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January 13, 2015, 01:21:23 PM
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apparently he's more important than those other 40 leaders (including some monarchy) and needed extra security

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January 13, 2015, 01:24:19 PM
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Obama's too busy approving the next terrorist attacks.    Angry
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January 13, 2015, 07:00:20 PM
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White House aides: Dude, we didn’t think the Paris rally was gonna be that big, okay?



The fallout from America’s absence from France’s unity rally in Paris after the awful Charlie Hebdo shooting has been well documented–and it’s embarrassing. For heaven’s sake, nations with awful records in journalistic freedom, like Egypt, Russia, Turkey, Algeria, and the United Arab Emirates, were there.

Allahpundit noted how the NFL playoffs might have contributed to our “semi-retired president” staying home. He also mentioned Breibart’s Joel Pollak and his theory about our conspicuous absence in Paris; Obama sat out during the Hands Up, Don’t Shoot rallies, so he couldn’t possibly attend a civil rights rally in Paris. His base would’ve said, “for distant strangers, but not for us?”

At any rate, there’s also the Obama White House staff that didn’t think the rally would be the largest in French history, and never bothered to ask if the president wanted to attend (via Politico):

Wait, White House aides said Sunday, as they saw coverage come in of the anti-terrorism march in Paris — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is there? Jordan’s King Abdullah? The presidents of Gabon, Benin, Niger? Not to mention the leaders of the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy and other major allies — and even Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov?

Somehow an event that the French didn’t even announce until Friday had quickly gathered momentum, drawing about three dozen foreign leaders to Paris to express their outrage at the killings of French citizens at a satire magazine and a Jewish supermarket last week. America’s representative, Ambassador Jane Hartley, looked a little out of place.

White House aides were so caught off guard by the march’s massive size and attention that they hadn’t even asked President Barack Obama if he wanted to go.

So by Monday morning, the intensity of criticism was so fierce that the aides knew they had to apologize. The media, they felt, had constructed a problem. This time, though, they thought the media might have a point. But they were also counting on the low-attention-span White House press corps to move on as soon as they gave in.

It was so obvious, they didn’t even go to Obama for sign-off.



http://hotair.com/archives/2015/01/13/dude-we-didnt-think-the-paris-rally-was-gonna-be-that-big-ok/


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January 13, 2015, 07:06:10 PM
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Obama: Missing in action again during terrorist attack
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January 13, 2015, 07:13:23 PM
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The President of the United States is the worst perpetrator of violence in the world.  I think it is only appropriate that the occupant of that office stay away from protests against violence.  People who live in glass (White) houses, and all.

Furthermore, it's not as if the President would be paying for such a trip out of his own money.  It would be paid for with money taken from his subjects, like everything else the Presidency does.  It's best the he cut down on the expensive trips until he can afford to pay for it himself.

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January 13, 2015, 11:37:19 PM
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another PR fuck up Grin

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January 14, 2015, 08:33:33 AM
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Flight and organizing everything can take too much time, France is in 12 hours flight time from USA  Grin
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January 14, 2015, 02:58:43 PM
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Anyone find it ironic that most of all the biggest terrorists in the world are there..... except for Obama  Cheesy? Why do they march for this but not all the Muslims and Palestinians and others around the world they kill all the time in terroristic acts?
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January 14, 2015, 04:42:30 PM
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Anyone find it ironic that most of all the biggest terrorists in the world are there..... except for Obama  Cheesy? Why do they march for this but not all the Muslims and Palestinians and others around the world they kill all the time in terroristic acts?

Because they need a license to do so by countries that do not understand the concept of freedom of speech. Not ironic at all. Pretty sad for the muslims they can't do it. Case in point:


Breaking: TURKISH POLICE RAID NEWSPAPER Before Its Release of Charlie Hebdo Cartoons


An armed Turkish police officer stands guard outside the offices of Cumhuriyet


On Wednesday Turkish police raided the Cumhuriyet printing press.

Police also stopped and checked trucks carrying the freshly-printed newspapers carrying the Charlie Hebdo cartoons.
Middle East Eye reported:

Turkish police stopped trucks carrying freshly-printed newspapers bearing Charlie Hebdo cartoons, searching the vehicles for almost an hour on Tuesday night.

Leftist newspaper Cumhuriyet (The Republic) agreed to print a special edition featuring a four-page spread of cartoons and comment that appeared in the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, whose Paris offices were attacked last week, seemingly due to the magazine’s multiple depictions of the Prophet Muhammad.

Cumhuriyet’s editor said the move was a message of “solidarity” with the magazine.

“We condemn this attack on freedom of expression in the strongest terms,” said Utku Cakiroz in a statement, “and we want to show our solidarity”.

Images of the Prophet are considered blasphemous by many in the Islamic tradition, but the French magazine on Tuesday decided to return to publication after 12 people were killed in last Wednesday’s attack, this time once again taking the controversial step of depicting the Prophet Muhammad on its front page. The paper has issued five million copies of the latest edition, which has already sold out in many parts of France.

In Turkey, where Charlie Hebdo’s editor-in-chief has warned that a strong spirit of secularism is “under attack,” police checked the print run to ensure that the local edition of Charlie Hebdo did not include a depiction of the Prophet.

The police checks came days after Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu joined world leaders in Paris on a huge march promoting tolerance and freedom of expression.


Last Sunday Turkish President attended the Unity march in Paris on Sunday.


http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/01/turkish-police-raid-newspaper-after-before-its-release-of-charlie-hebdo-cartoons/


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