May 31, 2010

It Was the Right Call

  The Presidents decision to cut short his Memorial Day speech in the face of a violent freak storm has elicited some criticism, but it absolutely was the right one. A prime example of a bad call would have been to simply slog through in utter defiance of God, nature and reason and risk having people in the audience killed by lightning or injured by the wind.

 Sometimes a failure really is due to bad luck or circumstances and not judgment. This is particularly true with regards to the weather.

As to those who complain that he was not at Arlington, give it a rest. He was at a U.S. military cemetery, one that does not get a lot of attention nationally, and its a pretty significant place for those who have loved ones buried there.

There is a lot to criticize about Obama but this is not one of them. He is also our president. Taking cheap shots is petty and does a disservice to those heroes we seek to honor on this day.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 07:38 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 Aw, I wanted to see YouTube footage of the president shouting through a driving rainstorm at cameras set up in an empty cemetery.

Posted by: Mitch H. at Tue Jun 1 11:56:31 2010 (jwKxK)

2 We exist to please.

However there was actually an audience there at the time.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Tue Jun 1 16:01:25 2010 (EJaOX)

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