Armenian Remembrance Day came and went. What did Obama have to say? As a candidate, he said:
I also share with Armenian Americans – so many of whom are descended from genocide survivors - a principled commitment to commemorating and ending genocide.
As a senator, I strongly support passage of the Armenian Genocide Resolution (H.Res.106 and S.Res.106), and as President I will recognize the Armenian Genocide.
As President, he refuses to recognize the Armenian Genocide, instead siding with barbaric and rapist Turks. This makes Obama no different from people who deny that the Jewish Holocaust occurred. Obama, in other words, is a Holocaust denier.
The Ottoman Turks were infamous for inflicting it throughout the Great War on captured enemy troops, beating and gang raping enemy officers often as a matter of due course. Prisons and garrisons often had personnel who specialized in this abuse, although there was nothing homosexual about it.
(I love the politically correct whitewash at the end. If you can get an erect penis when a male's butt is exposed to you, then you are a homosexual - not that there's anything wrong with that, at least if you're not raping other men. The savage and duplicitous Russians, whom George S. Patton noted, have "no regard for human life and they are all out sons-of-bitches, barbarians, and chronic drunks," didn't rape over a million German women because of "power.")
Obama made a campaign promise. He broke it. Yet liberals give him a pass.
UPDATE: It's 2015 and Obama continues to be a holocaust denier.