Of course he did. He had to, otherwise the Peons would have been able to enjoy the open-air monument that remains open through everything else, including holidays.

Via Twitchy.


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  1. ancientwrrior says:

    Once again the D.B. pokes a stick in our eyes and gives the middle finger to those who have served and sacrificed their blood to keep our nation free (so that he can say to those vets, F.U.). Such a disgusting P.O.S. 🙁

  2. Kitten says:

    OK, we all get it that OBummer wants to spit in our eye every single day he’s in the WH. It’s what gets him out of bed in the morning. He’s a gutless coward who hates America, esp the Military. What I can’t fathom is why no one in Congress is screaming about this in front of every news venue in the halls of Congress every day is goes on. Only a precious few speak out. Where are the military veterans in the House & Senate? They should be leading the way, arms locked with fellow veterans, no matter when they served in uniform.

  3. Alain41 says:

    On twitter, the temporary walls are called Barrycades. Also, twitter is discussing is the POS encouraging a stock market crash based on his talk with business execs today.

  4. Chuck says:

    Obama’s America

    HT: @morgenr from Twitter and Twitchy.

  5. Teri says:

    The dumb, moronic bastard will do everything nasty and low as he can go to punish Americans. Anyone who dares disagree with his agenda or fights against his destructive policies is his enemy. You cannot disagree with him. You should not have that freedom. He wants to punish us, his enemies. May it come back to bite him in his ass a million fold.

  6. Alain41 says:

    Relative to WWII, 75 years ago, the Munich Agreement was reached between Chamberlain and Hitler, Sept. 28-29, 1938. Slate wrote a column saying that Chamberlain has received too much criticism, Conrad Black responds to that column (saying no, Chamberlain deserves his criticism). http://www.nationalreview.com/article/360011/munich-75-years-later-conrad-black

  7. Alain41 says:

    Administration closing of monuments and parks affects foreign visitors to U.S. Japan article on travel agents/visitors scrambling to rearrange. I’m sure that this is part of the DB’s spite plan, to make America look as messed up as possible to the world. http://newsonjapan.com/html/newsdesk/article/104710.php

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