Obama Can’t Send Letters to Families of Dead SEALs, but can to Rapper Heavy D’s Family?

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If the new reports are correct, Barack Hussein Obama has done it again.  He single-handedly showed the folks in uniform just how much the White House really cares …of course, if we’re using the last 4 years as a reference, then it’s not very much.  To the disgust of many, he apparently sent form letters to the families of the Seal Team Six members that were killed in action …signed electronically.  (As in, the kind of letter you would get from the White House, asking you for more campaign contributions …yeah, those.)

However, Barack Hussein Obama apparently dropped everything he was doing when a rapper named ‘Heavy D’ lost his battle with pneumonia.  CBS has the story from November 2011:

Many celebrities came out to remember rapper Heavy D at his funeral on Friday, and even President Barack Obama had a presence there. Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a message for Heavy D’s young daughter, which he said was directly from the president himself.”

He goes out of his way to send a personal note to rapper Heavy D’s family, but not the families of the elite SEALs and other soldiers that were killed in the hunt for Osama bin Laden?  Can he make it any more obvious?  Just say it, Barack …you don’t like people in uniform.  It’s cool, sir, this is a free country.

[Editor's Note: This article is not meant to take away from the rapper, Heavy D, but highlight the difference in respect the armed forces have received under President Obama.]

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