Dudes and Dudettes, what happened today when it comes to our Dear Leader may have really been the start of Dear Leader doing himself in via his non-stop, self-aggrandizing pie-hole, I kid you not! The pathetic presser he had today was just that…pathetic. The republicans have pounced, as they should have. You’ve got to know it was too easy not to unless you’re ‘Stuck on Stupid‘ and a cowering RINO. So many examples I want to show you that pertain about this…so little time. What was the best of the rest of the story was Dear Leader having to ‘Walk it Back‘ today with what he said this morning with his delusional insanity when it comes to our economy and how it works was absolutely priceless.
First up we’ll start with presidential candidate Romney really slamming Dear Leader, I hope you watch the video, the words don’t do it justice…he really put gusto into this today, the likes I haven’t seen from him yet. This is via Hot Air:
It didn’t take long for Mitt Romney to hit the hanging curve Barack Obama threw earlier today in his press conference. Speaking in Iowa, a key swing state in the election, Romney asked whether any American President has been more out of touch with economic reality:
Now this morning, the President had a press conference. I don’t know if you heard it, but he called a press conference and pulled people in and said a number of things, and one of the most interesting things he said was this: he said the private sector is doing fine. He said the private sector is doing fine. Is he really that out of touch? I think he’s defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the American people. Has there ever been an American president who is so far from reality as to believe in an America where 23 million Americans are out of work, or stopped looking for work, or can only find part-time jobs and need full-time jobs, where the economy grew in the first quarter of the year at only 1.9 percent, where the median income in America has dropped by 10% over the last four years, where there have been record number of home foreclosures, for the President of the United States to stand up and say the private sector is doing fine is going to go down in history. It’s an extraordinary miscalculation and misunderstanding by a President who is out of touch, and we’re going to take back this country and get America working again.
The LA Times picks up on the story:
Mitt Romney hit back at President Obama‘s comments Friday morning that the private sector was “doing fine,” with the GOP nominee saying it was evidence that the president does not understand the economy or the financial struggles facing Americans.
“Is he really that out of touch? I think he’s defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the American people,” Romney told supporters gathered in a park in Council Bluffs, Iowa. “Has there ever been an American president who is so far from reality?”
Romney countered by reeling off a litany of statistics about the nation’s economic plight — 23 million Americans unemployed, underemployed or dropped out of the labor force; the economy growing at a meager 1.9% in the first quarter; the median income dropping by 10% over the last four years; and record home foreclosures.
“For the president of the United States to stand up and say that the private sector is doing fine is going to go down in history as an extraordinary miscalculation and misunderstanding by a president who is out of touch and we’re going to take back this country and get America working again,” Romney said.
“Extraordinary miscalculation” sounds about right. This could very well be a tipping point for Obama, who was going to have a tough time defending his economic record in any case. The only saving grace for the President might be that it happened this early in the cycle, and that subsequent events might allow his laughable remark to fade from memory. However, I’d bet that the Romney campaign will be making that statement the centerpiece of every ad about economic policy they run from now until November. They certainly won’t let Obama forget he said it.
It didn’t take long for the RNC to cut this ad, and it won’t be the last one either by any means, you can count on that!
Next I’m going to put videos here of other republicans on our side of the aisle and the links for your to read regarding what they had to say…it’s truly too much fun, and some ways astonishing to say the least. It’s high time we fight back and they did today in unison.
First here’s Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey. You can go to the link here.
‘It’s an Outrage!’ Christie Takes a Wrecking Ball To Obama!
Next up we have milquetoast minority leader in the Senate mincing no words when it comes to Dear Leader regarding what he said today: ‘McConnell on Obama: ‘He Must Be On Another Planet‘
Now the finest moment of the day…Dear Leader tries his best with his BS to walk back what he said this morning…truly too much fun. This is from Jake Tapper: “President Clarifies Private Sector Is Doing Fine” remarks. You really need to read this one as well…it’s priceless.
So what do you think friends…is Barack Hussein Obama finally going to be nothing but dust in the wind when it comes Romney when we vote this November? After-all…Dear Leader is his own worst enemy, he proved that today, I call that priceless…how ’bout you?
Let us all hope for real change when it comes to the O-Team and ‘Foot In Mouth Disease‘ …and pray it stays contagious!
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