Obama Didn’t Sign That

Remember that Chinook helicopter that went down in Afghanistan last year and killed 30 Americans?

Well apparently Obama decided to follow tradition as president and send the families of the fallen letters expressing his condolences and such. You know, personal letters signed by the president. It’s not much, but at least it is a little something. Right?

From Gateway Pundit:

Their letters were all the same.
Form letters – signed by an electric pen.

Classy. I’m surprised Obama didn’t also send a photo of himself with the letters.

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  1. Dear Corpseman Family Person:

    I just wanted to say thank you for the sacrifice your corpseman made to the American cause. Because of him, and many others like him, I was able to personally kill Osama bin Laden, Allah rest his soul.

    To help take your mind off your not so recent loss, would you please consider filling out the attached form? This will help to ensure that a portion of your survivor benefits will be contributed to the Barrack Obama 2012 Campaign fund and prove that you are not, in fact, a greedy racist. I’m sure that dead guy would have wanted it this way.

    Signed, Barrack Obama

    -The bestest, blackest president, ever!


  2. Dear family of (fill in name here),

    President Obama is so saddened to hear of the death of (fill in name here). As you know, (fill in name here) died serving a noble cause, serving the historic presidency of President Barack Obama.

    (fill in name here)’s service will not be forgotten, and the name of (fill in name here) will forever be etched into President Obama’s mind and heart, as an honorable man who died to protect President Barack Obama and the United States.


    (rubber stamp president’s signature here)


  3. “Classy. I’m surprised Obama didn’t also send a auto-pen autographed photo of himself with the letters.”
    There fixed it for ya



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