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Jul 24 2014

Pregnant Woman Prevented From Reaching Hospital by Obama’s Fundraising Motorcade

A leaderless country isn’t the worst price to be paid for Obama’s never-ending fundraising even in times of crisis. After all, there is no reason to believe he could be an effective president if he tried, or even that he means the country well. But there are other costs to be paid:

President Obama’s scheduled arrival in Los Angeles Wednesday afternoon will mean two things: big bucks for his fundraising tour and traffic headaches for commuters as his motorcade hopscotches across the city.

When whole cities are forced to sit in traffic jams so that Obama can sweet-talk more cash out of his limousine liberal supporters, secondary problems are caused:

Witnesses say a pregnant woman in labor was prevented by authorities from crossing a Los Angeles street to a hospital Wednesday because the road had been closed for President Barack Obama’s impending motorcade.

The unidentified woman was barred from walking the few hundred feet to the hospital for at least 30 minutes as authorities waited for the president’s motorcade to pass by, witness Carrie Clifford told TheBlaze early Thursday morning.

“I felt bad for her,” Clifford said. “It does happen when Obama comes to L.A. or I’m sure anywhere else. It paralyzes the city, it does make it complicated.”

Since Obama constantly crisscrosses the country to attend the fundraisers that are his top priority as president, you could say the whole nation has been paralyzed.

If ever an event was emblematic of this lamentable presidency, this is it:

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31 Responses to “Pregnant Woman Prevented From Reaching Hospital by Obama’s Fundraising Motorcade”

  1. Jodie says:

    She should be thanking Obama. He is just trying to save her from being “punished with a baby”. /sarc

  2. Jodie says:

    She should be thanking Obama. He was just trying to save her from being “punished with a baby”. /sarc

  3. Angel says:

    If a pregnant woman isn’t important enough to stop a presidential motorcade going to a fundraiser for a few seconds while she crosses the street to the hospital, then this country has fallen into tyranny. There are apparently two classes in Obama’s “fundamentally changed” America, the Ruling Class which can stop traffic and disrupt lives on a whim, and the rest of us lesser mortals who must wait while they pass.

  4. Angel says:

    If a pregnant woman isn’t important enough to stop a presidential motorcade going to a fundraiser for a few seconds while she crosses the street to the hospital, then this country has fallen into tyranny. There are apparently two classes in Obama’s “fundamentally changed” America, the Ruling Class which can stop traffic and disrupt lives on a whim, and the rest of us lesser mortals who must wait while they pass.

  5. Billy Ray Valentine says:

    Crossing Obama’s path = Bad

    Crossing America’s border = Double Plus Good

  6. Billy Ray Valentine says:

    Crossing Obama’s path = Bad

    Crossing America’s border = Double Plus Good

  7. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    To be completely fair, this probably would have been the case for any president. Your point about tyranny, of course, still stands.

  8. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    To be completely fair, this probably would have been the case for any president. Your point about tyranny, of course, still stands.

  9. whotothewhat says:

    I have been trapped in traffic on 2 occasions by Obummer being in town (Madison). each forcing me to be held up 2 hours in what should on good day take me 30 min to drive. The first time once I cleared the area I was doing 70+ in a 55 mph passing state patrol cars that were stuck guarding on and off ramps in the area.

  10. whotothewhat says:

    I have been trapped in traffic on 2 occasions by Obummer being in town (Madison). each forcing me to be held up 2 hours in what should on good day take me 30 min to drive. The first time once I cleared the area I was doing 70+ in a 55 mph passing state patrol cars that were stuck guarding on and off ramps in the area.

  11. Pilgrim1949 says:

    “Still no baby. Still no #Obama” —- redundantly repetitious, but true…

    Obama, once again coming in between a citizen and ACCESS to healthcare.

    Ironic and iconic.

    Bah-dah-bing

  12. Pilgrim1949 says:

    “Still no baby. Still no #Obama” —- redundantly repetitious, but true…

    Obama, once again coming in between a citizen and ACCESS to healthcare.

    Ironic and iconic.

    Bah-dah-bing

  13. Pilgrim1949 says:

    Was in a van pool going to work in DC during the “reign” of Bonny & Clod when ol’ Slick Willy went out for a morning jog, pasty white thunder thighs bouncing along in the midst of a huge motorcade and phalanx of Secret Service agents during a normal weekday DC rush hour.

    You’re not in Little Rock anymore, Billy.

    Talk about a traffic jam cluster-you-know-what.

    After the peasants sufficiently and loudly protested, that was the last time he ever did that.

  14. Pilgrim1949 says:

    Was in a van pool going to work in DC during the “reign” of Bonny & Clod when ol’ Slick Willy went out for a morning jog, pasty white thunder thighs bouncing along in the midst of a huge motorcade and phalanx of Secret Service agents during a normal weekday DC rush hour.

    You’re not in Little Rock anymore, Billy.

    Talk about a traffic jam cluster-you-know-what.

    After the peasants sufficiently and loudly protested, that was the last time he ever did that.

  15. Jester says:

    Obamacare’s War on Women is top-notch poetic irony.

  16. Jester says:

    Obamacare’s War on Women is top-notch poetic irony.

  17. Americangirl5 says:

    That photo could be the cover of the Obamacare handbook…people in scrubs and police tape.

  18. Americangirl5 says:

    That photo could be the cover of the Obamacare handbook…people in scrubs and police tape.

  19. Troll Magnet says:

    And in their own words: If it safes just one baby, it’s worth it… how ironic.

  20. KHarn says:

    A hundred years ago, Americans could own machineguns and cannons while the president could walk down the street with his family without a care.

  21. KHarn says:

    A hundred years ago, Americans could own machineguns and cannons while the president could walk down the street with his family without a care.

  22. sgt524 says:

    Hard to believe that there wasn’t a officer with enough common sense to grab a wheel chair from the hospital to shuffle her across the street before the motorcade arrived. One must wonder just what is being taught in the academy these days.

  23. sgt524 says:

    Hard to believe that there wasn’t a officer with enough common sense to grab a wheel chair from the hospital to shuffle her across the street before the motorcade arrived. One must wonder just what is being taught in the academy these days.

  24. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yep, it wasn’t always this way. But the poor woman who had to wait probably would have received the same treatment at the hands of the secret service any time in the last 50 years or so, perhaps longer. That’s my guess, anyway.

  25. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yep, it wasn’t always this way. But the poor woman who had to wait probably would have received the same treatment at the hands of the secret service any time in the last 50 years or so, perhaps longer. That’s my guess, anyway.

  26. Joe says:

    Obama was asked about this incident last night. He said the if the woman would have done the right thing and had an abortion months ago, then it wouldn’t have been a problem.

  27. Joe says:

    Obama was asked about this incident last night. He said the if the woman would have done the right thing and had an abortion months ago, then it wouldn’t have been a problem.

  28. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Your point is an important point. We used to call them “public servants.” Those in the government knew that they worked for us.

    Dear Leader going to a fund raiser does not outrank a citizen in an emergency. They should have stopped the damn motorcade and helped the woman get across the street.

    It isn’t like Dear Leader was late for his tee time.

  29. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Your point is an important point. We used to call them “public servants.” Those in the government knew that they worked for us.

    Dear Leader going to a fund raiser does not outrank a citizen in an emergency. They should have stopped the damn motorcade and helped the woman get across the street.

    It isn’t like Dear Leader was late for his tee time.

  30. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’d bet money that George Washington would have given this woman a ride on his horse. He didn’t need to prove to anyone that he was a great man.

  31. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’d bet money that George Washington would have given this woman a ride on his horse. He didn’t need to prove to anyone that he was a great man.


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