Barack Hussein Obama Just Released A Statement

Barack Hussein Obama on Wednesday took to Facebook expressing his feelings towards the “cruelty” of separating families at the southern border.


Today is World Refugee Day.

If you've been fortunate enough to have been born in America, imagine for a moment if circumstance had placed you somewhere else. Imagine if you'd been born in a country where you grew up fearing for your life, and eventually the lives of your children. A place where you finally found yourself so desperate to flee persecution, violence, and suffering that you'd be willing to travel thousands of miles under cover of darkness, enduring dangerous conditions, propelled forward by that very human impulse to create for our kids a better life.

That's the reality for so many of the families whose plights we see and heart-rending cries we hear. And to watch those families broken apart in real time puts to us a very simple question: are we a nation that accepts the cruelty of ripping children from their parents’ arms, or are we a nation that values families, and works to keep them together? Do we look away, or do we choose to see something of ourselves and our children?

Our ability to imagine ourselves in the shoes of others, to say “there but for the grace of God go I,” is part of what makes us human. And to find a way to welcome the refugee and the immigrant – to be big enough and wise enough to uphold our laws and honor our values at the same time – is part of what makes us American. After all, almost all of us were strangers once, too. Whether our families crossed the Atlantic, the Pacific, or the Rio Grande, we’re only here because this country welcomed them in, and taught them that to be an American is about something more than what we look like, how our last names sound, or the way we worship. To be an American is to have a shared commitment to an ideal – that all of us are created equal, and all of us deserve the chance to become something better.

That’s the legacy our parents and grandparents and generations before created for us, and it’s something we have to protect for the generations to come. But we have to do more than say “this isn’t who we are.” We have to prove it – through our policies, our laws, our actions, and our votes.

Why didn’t Barry fix this issue when he had eight years?

Posted Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Anonymous e796c9 28 days ago (report)

You are such a hypocrite. You did nothing to fix the problem and now all you want to do is blame President Trump. Shame on You.

    Dr Harold Westra 28 days ago (report)

    Agree.I believe this was a set up by the Obama admin.

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Granny 28 days ago (report)

You dumb ass this is your fault. You and yours did the same thing, but then you just released them out into the street. You took everything away from the children if America with your nasty health care and the jobs we lost and the cardboard your wife made our kids eat. YOU did this, now you want to preach, bull shit. My immigrant grandparents wanted a legacy for us, that was to respect this country, respect our flag, learn to speak English. Serve our country and not take welfare for any reason. We were taught to earn our own way. And when my grandfather died from TB and left her with six kids, she worked, my mom worked, and her boys served this country. You are preaching about illegals and you have peter Fonda wanting to hurt a child and you and your wife say nothing about that, not one word, you sir are an ass, and I don’t feel bad about saying that, you know why? The respect you give is the respect you get. And you get none from this old woman.

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RLB 28 days ago (report)

Hahahaha coming from a piece of shit like you! Your little statement means nothing! Your a liar and as corrupted as the come. I hope you and all your cronies ROT IN HELL!!! Your so stupid...

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