While the world rushes to defend against more ISIS attacks, Obama drops jaws with other plans

While the world rushes to defend against more ISIS attacks, Obama drops jaws with other plans March 22, 2016

Well, I guess he had other plans:

President Obama briefly mentioned the horrific terrorist attack in Belgium before proceeding through a speech in Cuba that drew both hope and laughter from the audience.

The president didn’t miss a beat in his speech and showed “pep in his step,” while many Americans are concerned about terrorism in the wake of deadly ISIS-connected attacks that struck San Bernardino, California in December and the Paris attacks in November.

The terror attacks killed 127 people in Paris and 14 in San Bernardino.

The president will not be altering his plans in Cuba, and will be taking in a baseball game in the island nation.

What kind of narcissists would think it’s okay to go to a ballgame while the world worries about the next ISIS attack?

The fact that he’s not going home is beyond me.  (So is the fact that he’s staying so he can hang out with communists at a baseball game.)

The next President needs a NO TOLERANCE policy for ISIS.   The next President will need to prioritize this!

For now, I wish our current President could muster up the ability to PRETEND to care.

My prayers are with all the victims and the family members of those affected by this horrific event. 

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