05/19/2017

Black Marine Gives SCATHING Comments About Obama Legacy

Ethan Sabo, TheBlackSphere

Marines tend to be no-nonsense.

They represent one of America’s elite fighting forces, and accountability is the word of the day for them.

Marines aren’t about political correctness, and they hate “empty suits” or uniforms. When you deal with Marines you find they care about your competence.

So When President Barack Obama took the stage to address a group of Leftist suckups, in their midst stood a Marine.

Obama gave a farewell speech, where he complimented himself on the great job he had done to the throngs who had invested in his nonsense. However, “J” wasn’t convinced.

J contacted YesI’mRight to publish his response to Obama’s farewell speech, ergo Obama’s presidency. Below is the letter in its entirety:

This Is Your Legacy

Mr. President,

“For the first time, I can say that I’m proud of my country.” No, these aren’t my words, they’re the words of your wife when you took office in 2009. This set the tone for the kind of President you’d be, and the kind of legacy you left behind.

Your speech to your adoring fans screaming “Four more years!” makes for a good soundbite and video clip, but it doesn’t paint the picture of the tens of millions of regular Americans that voted you in twice and gotten stabbed in the back for it.

You stood in front of hundreds of veterans and promised that their lives would be better after you took office, that they would get the care that their country owed them. Eight years later, the VA is more broken than ever and my brothers and sisters in arms are committing suicide at an all time high. You ignored the advice of wartime Generals and pulled troops out of an unstable country and gave rise to ISIS, the most evil group of people on the planet. This is your legacy.

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