Here’s Barack Obama’s Statement on Iran’s Protesters. Huh, Where’s Barack Obama’s Statement on Uganda’s Gays?


SOUNDBITES — “The United States joins with the international community in strongly condemning the violent and unjust suppression of innocent Iranian citizens. What is talking place within Iran is not about the United States or any other country. It is about the Iranian people and their aspirations for justice.” —President Barack Obama, in comments just made from his family vacation in Hawaii, on the the protesters in Iran, further making it glaringly obvious that he has not mentioned one thing about condemning Uganda’s Kill The Gays bill (oh, does this count?), in what will be an unjust suppression of innocent gay Ugandan citizens, and their aspirations for justice. Or is that why he’s got Hillary?