By Thomas Madison
Barack Hussein has announced that he will be traveling to Roseburg, Oregon on Friday to “politicize” (Obama’s word, not mine) the tragic massacre of nine innocent people at the hands of a lunatic. Exploiting the grief and misery of the community as a mere prop to make political hay in his effort to confiscate all guns in America, Barack Hussein is making clear his lack of conscience and empty soul.
How will this visit be received by the residents of Roseburg? Said publisher of the Roseburg Beacon, David Jaques, representing the community consensus, “So now he wants to come to our community and stand on the corpses of our loved ones to make some kind of political point. And it isn’t going to be well received – not by our people, not by our families, and not even by our elected officials.”
BILL O’REILLY: (There is a) rumor, President Obama might go to Roseburg, Douglas County. The funerals start Thursday and I guess they will extend into next week. How will the President be treated if he does indeed travel to Roseburg?
DAVID JAQUES: Well I think the President, first of all, is not welcome in the community. And that isn’t just my opinion. We’ve talked to dozens upon dozens of citizens, some family members of the victims, our elected officials. And you may have a copy of — if you don’t, I’d be happy to read from it on the air — that our Douglas County commissioners, along with our Douglas County elected sheriff who is very popular, and our chief of police all came to a consensus language about him not being welcome here to grandstand for political purposes and I’d be happy to read it or share it.
BILL O’REILLY: Don’t read it. But just encapsulate why they don’t want President Obama to come.
DAVID JAQUES: Well, the bottom line, Bill, is that a number of people believe that when the President opened his press conference, we still haven’t finished counting the bodies on the campus right behind me. We haven’t identified whose children were killed and whose were not. And even at that same moment, he was saying, “Some people will accuse me of politicizing this issue.” And he goes on to say, “But it should be.” So he’s not only acknowledged that it could be politicize, but was doing so deliberately.
So now he wants to come to our community and stand on the corpses of our loved ones to make some kind of political point. And it isn’t going to be well received – not by our people, not by our families, and not even by our elected officials.