Wednesday, October 02, 2013

WWII Vets Blocked from Predominatly private funded outside Memorial

 Via and Alex Jones

"The Emperor Has No Clothes: WWII Vets Expose Obama’s Contempt Towards the American People

With over 800 WWII veterans dying every day, it is imperative for our greatest generation to be allowed access to the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. so they can honor their fellow Americans who never made it back home.

The memorial, funded primarily by private donations, is an architectural structure out in an open, public space.

There is NO access to it; it's outside!

Yet the Obama administration purposely erected barricades around the memorial to keep veterans out, under the guise of a "government shut down" which shouldn't affect access to a public memorial at all.

It is absolutely, completely disgusting that our veterans, who sacrificed so much as individuals, are being treated like this."

- The federal government actually put in effort to shut down electronic access to educational material already paid for by taxpayers during the current budget impasse.

- National Park Service workers are erecting a barricade around the World War II memorial to keep veterans out of the memorial, which was predominantly funded by private donations.

- At the beginning on the current government shutdown, Obama closed the White House to the public, denying tours to school children and families.
- The White House is however still open for elitists to attend state dinners and special events.

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