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By - June 17, 2013

Obama’s Gay Father’s Day Address

On Father’s Day it is customary for the President to give an address, especially since most President give a radio address on Saturday’s.  Obama gave his address, but was slightly different than most addresses:

“I never really knew my own father. I was raised by a single mom and two wonderful grandparents who made incredible sacrifices for me. And there are single parents all across the country who do a heroic job raising terrific kids,” he said. “Being a good parent – whether you’re gay or straight; a foster parent or a grandparent – isn’t easy. It demands your constant attention, frequent sacrifice, and a healthy dose of patience. And nobody’s perfect. To this day, I’m still figuring out how to be a better husband to my wife and father to my kids.”

First of all, Obama is right, he didn’t know his dad, but neither did the many children from his many wives.  It is unfortunate Obama wasn’t sired by a normal established family, maybe he wouldn’t be such a hateful socialist.

Obama’s address wasn’t exactly normal, but I guess he doesn’t see anybody as “normal”.   What is wrong with wishing all fathers a Happy Father’s Day?  Obama did include single mothers in his address, but did he include single fathers in his Mother’s Day address?  He is all about equality!

Kim Kardashian, a big fan of Obama, had to muddy up the Father’s Day message further with her  letter to the daddy’s in her life:

“To all the fathers out there, Happy Father’s Day!! And to all the baby daddy’s out there, you are loved! 😉 Xo”

I think we will create a separate day for the baby daddy’s and we will call it “Sperm Donor Day”.  For the most part that is all these daddy’s are and I will put money on how long Kayne West sticks around.

Even though Obama and his friends have forgotten about you normal dads, who are still married to your babies mother and all those of you married father’s who have opened your heart and home to a foster child or an adopted child, along with your wife, I will say:  I hope you had a great Father’s Day.  You are not forgotten.

 

 

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