Obama's 'Mission Accomplished' moment

Discussion in 'Politics' started by drjekyllus, May 28, 2009.

  1. http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2009/03/06/aobamacolumbus.html?sid=101

    We all remember the big Obama photo op in March with Obama and the police recruits in Columbus Ohio. It was truly a touching moment.

    "The president called the officers an example of the spirit needed during the nation's economic turmoil.

    "If we can show even a fraction of the courage and selflessness that these cadets have already demonstrated, then I have no doubt that we will emerge from this crisis stronger than before," he said.

    He also held them up as an example to opponents of his stimulus plan, some of whom stood along Stelzer Road as he came and left.

    "I look at these young men and women - I look into their eyes and I see their badges today - and I know we did the right thing," Obama said."

    Now here we are not even three months later it comes out a whole bunch of them just might get their jobs cut.


    I wonder if Obama plans to show up for another photo op as these guys recieve their lay off notice.
  2. LMAO@U
  3. Funny how you refer to a "'Mission Accomplished' moment." I wonder where that term came from...
  4. The Navy.
  5. fhl


    Mission accomplished doesn't remind the liberals around here of the military any more than teabags remind them of a beverage. lol