Yesterday, as American veterans marched on Washington and dismantled the barricades surrounding the memorials to honor those who have died in the service of the American military, they carried those pieces of iron, which we now refer to as Barrycades (obviously a condescending term used to ascribe their use in the service of Barry Soetoro, aka Barack Hussein Obama), to the White House and dumped them outside the gates. Today, Park Services were re-Barrycading the monuments. Watch below for the report:
The Obama administration has told the Park Service that it wants to make life as difficult as possible. As Leon Puissegur pointed out yesterday, Obama's Marxist mentality from his college days still prevails in his thinking today. He is merely manufacturing difficulty that would not otherwise occur if he simply left things alone. He wants a communist-style revolution.
Charlie Spiering of the Washington Examiner tweeted:
Live: New barricades set up at World War II memorial pic.twitter.com/np1h4ChrdD
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) October 14, 2013
Supposedly, there is not enough money to keep these open air memorials open. Frankly, I don't see how keeping these memorials open costs the federal government one dime. They have already been bought and paid for with tax payer money, and unless you are a member of the Occupy Wall Street crowd, then the memorial will not be vandalized, defecated on or otherwise trashed. It is an area that will be respected.
However, for Obama and his administration, they have somehow found a way to afford to pay more federal workers than would normally be at the memorials, to pick up the Barrycades our veterans removed and dumped on the front yard of the White House and reinstall them. What does that tell you that Barack Obama thinks about Americans? About veterans? I'll tell you, he despises Americans. He has contempt and disdain for our veterans.
Here's more shots of these federal employees obeying the orders of their Fuhrer.
Installing new government shutdown barricades at World War II Memorial. pic.twitter.com/qsNX8hMbHi
— Dave Rysak (@DaveFox5DC) October 14, 2013
— M. Scott Mahaskey (@smahaskey) October 14, 2013
— NewsBreaker (@NewsBreaker) October 14, 2013
Of course, here's what they looked like before:
— Marshall Smith (@MarshallFSmith) October 13, 2013
Now, more than ever, I would rather see a permanent furlough for those "non-essential" personnel.