Nelson Mandela dies, but the White House manages to make it about Obama

Posted by: ST on December 5, 2013 at 7:10 pm
President Obama

History didn’t exist before Obama …

Wow (hat tip: Phineas):

Shocked? Don’t be. The White House has done the same thing – twice – on the anniversary of Rosa Park’s famous front of the bus stance. And just last year the Obama administration was caught inserting a sentence about our celebrity President into the online bios of past Presidents – even those who were born and died well before Obama was a twinkle in his mother’s eye.

In the end, it’s always – always – about him. The naked narcissism of this President truly knows no bounds.

To read more on the death of Nelson Mandela, click here.

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5 Responses to “Nelson Mandela dies, but the White House manages to make it about Obama”


  1. ALman says:

    They haven’t any shame. None at all.

  2. Chris in NC says:

    Hey ST! I don’t do twitter. Can you challenge this idiot…!/TheAuthorGuy/status/409006763023683584

  3. Marilyn says:

    Everyone is mourning and singing praises about the same Nelson Mandela who sang “kill the white farmers“?

    The same Nelson Mandela who committed or incited many acts of sabotage and violence in his country? The Marxist Mandela?

    Pardon me while I don’t shed a tear.

  4. jeff says:


    I managed to turn the pleasant news of the death of one Communist into a remembrance of, by contrast, a genuine hero.

    On the 124th anniversary of his death.

    With appropriately sanctifying video by NC musicians.

  5. mikeh420 says:

    Who’s mourning the thousands killed by Mandela and his wife(mostly by his wife). Winnie Mandela loved to give out “Necklaces”, but not the kind you’d wear voluntarily.

    The same people that mourn this terrorist are the same ones that mourn another terrorist, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. May their names and memories be obliterated.