Sunday, December 09, 2012

Mother Of First Navy SEAL Killed In Iraq Speaks Out About Anti-Troop Rapper Performing For Obama

Debbie Lee, the mother of the first US Navy SEAL killed in Iraq, Marc Alan Lee, spoke out on Fox and Friends this morning (video at link) about Korean (c)rapper Psy who will be performing at a White House Christmas concert today that will be broadcast on TNT later this month.

"I was disgusted to know that an individual who called for the slow and painful death of our troops and their families is in a place of honor and performing before our President was just disgusting to me. How do we allow that to happen and how do we choose those as our role models that get that honor?"
Psy released a non-apology, apology the other day when the anti-US troop rap was discovered. It came across as being more of a ploy to appease critics instead of a sincere apology.

Lee believes this (c)rapper should be pulled from the program and noted she had spent two hours trying to get in touch with the White House to let them know. She also noted the petition posted by Kristinn Taylor that the Regime took down off the "We The People" website for "terms of use violation."
"Our President doesn't want to hear from Americans. He doesn't support our troops. It just disgusts me that this is allowed to happen. Our men and women are willing to sacrifice their lives for you, for me, for the freedoms we enjoy every single day, just as my son did. And then we have someone like this individual calling for the murder of our troops and their families and being in this place of honor. That's disgusting and our White House needs to listen to us."
Let me remind Richard Milhous Obama how he lectured Mitt Romney about "representing all Americans."



"One of the things I've learned as president is you represent the entire country. My expectation is if you want to be president, you've got to work for everybody, not just for some."

As well as Jay Carney, White House Propaganda Minister




Well, if you really "worked for everyone" and "represented the entire country," they why do you ignore military families and troop supporters outraged at having someone who called for the murder of our troops and their families perform at the White House, which is owned by the American taxpayer?

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