After two days, Obama finally mentions murdered U.S. general

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greeneOn Aug. 5, U.S. Army Major General Harold Greene was murdered in Afghanistan.  It only took Barack Obama two days to mention the incident, or the general.  After all, he’s only the highest-ranking military officer killed in Afghanistan

Skeptical tweeters wondered if he ever would,” Twitchy said.

He finally did on Thursday.

Mighty big of him, as other Twitter users observed:

But that might’ve interfered with really important things — like golf.

One person provided something of a tribute to Gen. Greene’s accomplishments:

https://twitter.com/jayhussey/status/497429268331520001

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