White House Insults Vets: “Get Over It”


Never one to honor our heroic veterans, the Barack Obama white house has nevertheless found a new way to insult them.

The well publicized problems with our VA system – this week one dentist resigned after possibly infecting 600 soldiers with HIV among other maladies and 3 VA workers in Oklahoma resigned after a dead soldier was found infested with maggots – are not enough for Obama’s crew of miscreants.

Now we have Josh Earnest telling them to get over their embittered feelings.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning a visit to of all places Pearl Harbor to mark the 75th anniversary of that surprise attack.

And vets, especially WWII vets are none too happy Obama is rolling out the red carpet.

Obama’s minister of propaganda, I mean press secretary, Josh Earnest said,

“If I were a World War II veteran who was drafted by the United States military to go and fight for our country overseas in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack, I might feel quite embittered. And I think it would be a perfectly natural and understandable human reaction to not be particularly satisfied with the words of the Japanese Prime Minister.

The issue is the Japanese have never apologized for their sneak attack. Remember, we were not at war with them. They dragged us into the conflict, and after we soundly thrashed them they refused to surrender. They turned an army of Kamikaze’s into an army of suicide bombers in waiting. Dug in like ticks.

We were totally justified in ending the war with the least amount of casualties to both sides. But that did not stop Barack Obama from stopping in Japan on his world apology tour and groveling.

So it is with a whimper that Barack will leave the white house, Josh finished by saying this about our brave vets,

“And so, yes, there may be some who feel personally embittered. But I’m confident that many will set aside their own personal bitterness, not because they’re personally satisfied by the words of the Prime Minister, but because they recognize how important this moment is for the United States.”

Or you could make our vets satisfied, rather than infuriate them with by rolling out the red carpet and mocking their service.