True story: One guess at which President didn’t know the difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day…


We know the Silence is Consent crew knows this difference… (h/t Michelle Malkin)

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This graphic was posted by Malkin in 2015, and a certain someone could have had this smashed in his smug leftist face in 2012, and before that in 2008 (emphasis in bold is mine):

Earlier this month, I referenced Barack Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast in an Obamateurism a couple of weeks ago, but alert OOTD reader Ken K spotted one I missed in the same speech.  The President spoke about the hardship of our men and women in the military who are now leaving the service but not finding jobs in the current economy.  Unfortunately, Obama offered a reprise of one of his earliest gaffes on the national political stage, emphasis mine:

Earlier this month, I referenced Barack Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast in an Obamateurism a couple of weeks ago, but alert OOTD reader Ken K spotted one I missed in the same speech. The President spoke about the hardship of our men and women in the military who are now leaving the service but not finding jobs in the current economy. Unfortunately, Obama offered a reprise of one of his earliest gaffes on the national political stage, emphasis mine:

Our economy is making progress as we recover from the worst crisis in three generations, but far too many families are still struggling to find work or make the mortgage, pay for college, or, in some cases, even buy food. Our men and women in uniform have made us safer and more secure, and we were eternally grateful to them, but war and suffering and hardship still remain in too many corners of the globe. And a lot of those men and women who we celebrate on Veterans Day and Memorial Day come back and find that, when it comes to finding a job or getting the kind of care that they need, we’re not always there the way we need to be.

Almost four years ago, Obama offered this on the campaign trail as a presidential candidate:

On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes — and I see many of them in the audience here today — our sense of patriotism is particularly strong.

More here.

Eventually, per the link above, he eventually figures it out…but GEEZ! Did anybody in this doofus’ administration have the guts to explain to this Harvard educate dolt the definition of “memorial?”

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