Obama Too Busy For Gettysburg Anniv Due To Obamacare Mess, Golfs 5 Times, Hits 10 Fundraisers Instead

November 25, 2013 2:27 pmViews: 999

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Barack Obama is appearing like nothing more than just a puppet these days as he seems rather aloof to the major problems plaguing his second term as President.

Like nothing else seen in any modern presidency, the rollout of Obamacare and the mass of security breaches and millions of lines of amateurishly written code that some call a website in Healthcare.gov, is a disaster just waiting to explode into an all consuming mess for the nation's entire healthcare system.

When asked why Obama did not attend the 150th anniversary of President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address on November 19th, "this whole website thing" was cited by White House advisor Dan Pfeiffer as the main reason. However, since the fiasco created by the rollout of the Obamacare website on October 1st, the supposedly very busy President Obama has had time enough to golf 5 times and attend no less than 10 fundraisers.

That's nearly one golf outing per week and 2 fundraisers per week since the Obamacare launch, but he's been too busy to attend a monumentally important historical anniversary to our nation's history?

Is this guy just simply a puppet? How could anyone treat such a hugely important job as President of the United States with such disconnected triviality?

Read more from The Daily Caller below:

The bungled rollout of President Obama’s signature health care law might have kept the president away from Gettysburg, but it has not kept him off the links or away from the fundraising circuit.

Since the launch of the HealthCare.gov on October 1, Obama has gone golfing five times and attended ten fundraisers — with five more scheduled for the beginning of this week — while Obamacare’s favorability has hit all time lows.

And while President Obama’s schedule has been open for golf and fundraisers, he was unable to attend the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address Tuesday due to — as White House advisor Dan Pfeiffer put it – “this whole website thing that someone suggested might destroy the Dem Party.”

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