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Obama Giggles over 'Humanitarian Crisis' on Border Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Fri, Jul 11, 2014, 01:08 AM

President Barry Obama refuses to visit the U.S.-Mexico border amidst a "humanitarian crisis," in which over 50,000 children have crossed into the USA unaccompanied by adults. Accordingly, Obama is giggling all about it when talking to Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, a Republican.

PJ Media reports that, "Reuters published these two photos from President Obama’s meeting with Texas Gov. Rick Perry Wednesday. The president and the governor met in Dallas to discuss the humanitarian crisis on the Texas-Mexico border. The federal government estimates that 57,000 unaccompanied children have been taken in after illegally crossing into the United States."

Even Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, a Democrat, was observed in a somber mood when talking to a giggling Obama.

According to PJ Media, "In the two photos, Gov. Perry and his team appear to be taking the moment seriously. President Obama is grinning and laughing. Obama himself has described the situation on the border as a “humanitarian crisis.” 

President Barry 'Giggles' Obama finds it humorous that the USA faces yet another severe domestic crisis.

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written by K. D. , July 12, 2014

Obama's middle name is "crisis", not "giggles"! Destruction of America is his cause & he is doing it every day! He needs to resign & let a real genius have the reeins...Biden?...Either one is a clown!

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