Since the days of Ronald Reagan it’s become a tradition to have special guests seated with the First Lady and some of the Congressmen have followed suit by inviting guests of their own. It defies logic that a person would feel honored to receive an invitation to listen to O babble on for an hour or more spewing out his well planned fabrications, but they attend nonetheless.
This year Moochie’s guests are Carlos Arredondo and Jeff Bauman, the two guys pictured in the widely circulated photo after the Boston Marathon Bombing. There was much speculation as to the use of ‘disaster actors’ and the authenticity of his amputated legs because somehow that wheelchair magically appeared. It makes perfect sense that she would invite people that are possible frauds.
One of her other guests is none other than Jason Collins, the first professional athlete to ‘come out’ and publicly declare his
gayness queerness. This action was seen as a display of bravery, so much so that it merited a phone from the first lady congratulating him on his fine accomplishment.
Another special guest will be illegal immigrant Ambar Pinto, 19, of Fairfax County, Virginia. “I think it’s going to make an impact in our country and show the importance that there is to have immigration reform in 2013.”
Pinto, who has been in the states since she was 12, says she received the invitation from Senator Mark R. Warner last Thursday, after he had read about her diligent community service in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. She serves on the board of directors of Edu-Futuro, a non-profit which empowers Latino children, youth and families through education and leadership development.
One the other hand, Congressman Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) has invited as his guest, Charles Woods, father of Navy SEAL Ty Woods, who we all know lost his life in that preventable attack on the Benghazi compound.
Congressman Bridenstine said:
As a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, I understand the importance of knowing that America leaves no one behind. I am honored to host the father of a true hero.
One of the first bills I cosponsored in Congress was Rep. Frank Wolf’s H. Res. 36 to establish a select committee on Benghazi. The resolution has 180 cosponsors. No action has been taken on it.
The House of Representatives must establish a select Committee to investigate the incident, the intelligence available, and the actions and inactions of those who should have been responsible for preventing the deaths of four Americans.
The broader picture shows just how misplaced the priorities are of the Lefties and speaks loudly to the disintegration of our country. How disgusting and sad for our nation.