10,000 Dead in Kansas?

Barack Hussein Obama, with typical hyperbole stated:

“In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died—an entire town destroyed.”

The purpose of his statement was to take another potshot at the Bush administration and the war in Iraq, implying that the National Guard deployment from Kansas was going to make disaster recovery difficult for the town of Greensburg, Kansas.

“Turns out that the National Guard in Kansas only had 40 percent of its equipment and they are having to slow down the recovery process in Kansas,” Obama said.

To be fair, at some point in time, someone with a better grasp on reality took him aside and informed him that due to the half hour warning and extensive preparation and shelter systems in place by the residents of the town only 12 people had died. A tragedy, yes. But to attempt to score political points by tying recovery efforts to his own opposition to the effort to contain Islamic anarchists is despicable.



Paging Barack Hussein Obama; your x-rays are ready:

2 Responses to “10,000 Dead in Kansas?”

  1. babbazee Says:


  2. babbazee Says:

    You need this
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