By Judi McLeod Saturday, June 15, 2013
With iconic hero Nelson Mandela in declining health, it’s time for President Barack Hussein Obama to go for the photo op of all time. America in Decline will spend $60-100 million for the Obama Act called “reinforcing U.S. commitment to forging strong relationships with emerging democracies in sub-Saharan Africa”.
Mercifully, Barack, Michelle and their two daughters won’t get to gad about in safari togs, pictures of which would have been sent out worldwide, as the safari they planned as part of the trip has been nixed over too many reporters asking why it was necessary.
Guess Obama and his publicity hound wife will, after all be standing down on Independence Day 2013 as Canada Free Press (CFP) suggested earlier. At the end of June, globe-trotter Obama and his family will take an eight-day trip to Africa, making stops in Senegal, Tanzania, and South Africa, according to the Washington Post, which ‘somehow’ obtained an internal planning document for the travel itinerary.
(With references in their story about other expensive trips by other presidents, it seems the Post story is all but tooting the horn for the Obamas’ epic African trip.)
While millions of Americans have their privacy compromised by an overzealous National Security Agency run by the biggest Bully Administration of Modern Times, “hundreds of U.S. Secret Service agents will be dispatched to secure facilities in Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania.”
Not since the heydays of Russia’s dachas has the world seen a regime as flagrantly lavish as the Barack one:
“A Navy aircraft carrier or amphibious ship, with a fully staffed medical trauma center, will be stationed offshore in case of emergency.” (CBS News)
Look at us, folks, we’re America’s first family and there’s no end to the money we spend or the mainstream media-delivered braggadocio of the Obamas!
“Military cargo planes will airlift in 56 support vehicles, including 14 limousines and three trucks loaded with sheets of bulletproof glass to cover the windows of the hotels where the first family will stay. Fighter jets will fly in shifts, giving 24-hour coverage over the president’s airspace, so they can intervene quickly if an errant plane gets too close.”…………