posted on Dec, 22 2012 @ 05:48 AM
Originally posted by CrastneyJPR
please don't shoot me for bringing a bit of common sense to this discussion... but it's quite likely that Obama is having a photo taken with
siblings of the dead kids so therefore of course the kids in the Obama pic are going to look similar, if not very similar, to those killed. As
they're young they might not appreciate the full extent of what's going on, but also they're probably being pumped up by the photographer to look
whatever way he wants them to for the purposes of his story, but also they're probably pretty stoked to be having a photo with the POTUS.
just my opinion though - feel free to ignore me if you want.
It's not a bad opinion, and yes, siblings can look VERY much like each other. The four of mine at home do. The girls looked remarkably similar when
younger, though less now. The boys, more similar. Still.....I can't imagine any of them being able to smile for a picture, no matter who it was
with, mere days after losing one of the others. I can't imagine myself smiling, either, as the mother was in the one photo someone linked to. Plus,
the chin on the older of the sisters looks more like the mother's, less pointed, while Emilie's looks more pointed, like her dad's. The picture
with the president, the chin is more pointed. Plus, the hair part on the older of the two sisters isn't in the same place, at all, as Emilie's. In
the picture with the president, the part is in the same place as Emilie's. The hair is also longer, like Emilie's, in the picture with the
president. Now, maybe that picture is a few years older, and the hair has changed, but that's the sort of things people are looking at, and
wondering about. The dress isn't an issue for me, as that could have been passed down. The smiles? That's the odd part for me. NO ONE I could
meet, after losing a child, would be able to make me smile like that. Every single child in that picture is smiling save the small one, who looks
bored. The parents were smiling in a picture, too, supposedly after the event took place. Even if the kids could be made to smile, which I doubt,
how could the parents?