Baroness Margaret Thatcher was laid to rest yesterday. While there were Americans present, including Henry Kissenger, Newt Gingrich and Michele Bachmann, there was no official delegation from the Obama Administration. Barry Obama refused to send one despite Thatcher's long history of support for and cooperation with America and American foreign policy actions, both as Britain's Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990 and beyond, in her private life. No foreign leader stood as close to America as she did during that time, and she deserved but did not get an official "thank you" in the form of a delegation sent by the Obama Administration.
However, Obama did send long-time America-hating dictator Hugo Chavez an official delegation a little over a month ago. He sent ex-Representatives Gregory Meek and William Delahunt to Venezuela to express his sadness and to offer his respects.
A Communist America-hater gets an official delegation at his funeral but one of the most prominent post-war leaders of the free world and reliable America-backers does not? If anyone ever had a reason to question Obama's marxist leanings or his contempt for our country, this should settle the matter.
Impeachment's too good for B.O.. I'm thinking tar and feathers and a rail to ride out of town is more fitting.