Obama’s take on the election

November 5, 2014: President Obama held a post-election presser. I can’t stand listening to him, but I read about it at Twitchy. 🙂 Here’s the gist of what they said he said:

“To everyone who voted, I want you to know…I hear you. To the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate…I hear you, too.” —Obama

And here are some Twittery replies:

  • No, President Obama is not going to take the blame for this election.
  • It’s down to lazy voters.
  • I came out of my coma for THIS?
  • Shorter Obama: Sour grapes.
  • We are disappointing him. Again.
  • Val had to talk him off the ledge and medicate him just to make him presentable to his “subjects” today.
  • It wasn’t a truly “national election” cuz as Obama said, “I’m the guy whose elected by everybody, not just one state.”
  • What a jerk.
  • That’s him in a nutshell.
  • But…but…he’s the most intelligent man that ever lived.
  • He’s a legend in his own mind at any rate.

2014_11 Obama the Boring

  • Obama’s post-election presser was brought to you by the letter “B” — for BORING.
  • Why is Obama known as a Great Orator? Boring as hell while rewriting history.
  • President Obama sounds bored with his own talking points.
  • My mom is taking a nap and she told me to leave it on the channel Obama is speaking on because he’s boring.
  • If he seamlessly started explaining how to change the toner cartridge on a xerox machine, would anyone notice?
  • I had to stab myself in the leg with a fork to stay awake during that answer.
  • Obama helped the economy today! During his boring spiel I did some online shopping.
  • Obama has repeated the phrase “get stuff done” a few times
  • Oh … THAT’s really presidential.
  • You’ll have to excuse Valerie Jarrett’s lil Bammy ‘Bam ‘Bam today… he’s a wee bit flustered after the epic drubbing he got from sea-to-shining-sea yesterday.

Obama Goes Off on Reporter Major Garrett for asking a substantive question

Obama does have his sycophants like the lapdog journo who let him say he loves campaigning, shaking hands, and hugging people.

  • He loves campaigning. For once, he’s being honest.
  • He left off golfing.
  • Is it just me or does that sound like a dating site profile?
  • Obama “loves campaigning” because he is a jealous god requiring much worship.
  • He should be running campaigns instead of running the country into the ground.
  • We should definitely have elected him president so he could ENJOY himself.
  • He and Mooch told the Olympic Committee to site the games in Chicago cuz they lived there.
  • This is true.

And Geraldo Rivera, who tweeted: “Deserted by Latinos, blacks and his feckless lazy Millennial supporters, President O got his ass kicked by millions of angry old white folk.”

2014_11 05 Without lies D is nothing



Filed under Barack Obama, Democrats, Elections, Joni Ernst, Media Bias, Mia Love, Republicans

5 responses to “Obama’s take on the election

  1. Saw the whole thing, unfortunately. My observation is that this guy is really good at taking a single talking point he obviously gets directly from Valerie Jarrett, and stick like glue to it for an hour and a half. That really does take some skill, I guess. He’s a puppet, but a really good puppet.

    ValJar tweeted her take, which was his TP: “He will use every second in the next 2 years to make America work.” That was all he kept repeating, and he said it with a straight face, despite the fact that everyone present snickered about how he would be at the golf course in 20 minutes. At least Bill Clinton sounded believable when he said stuff like that and actually did a few things that didn’t contradict that.


    • As P. J. O’Rourke said, “We don’t want to know how to make government work — we want to know how to make it stop!” If Tuesday’s election proved nothing else, it certainly proved the truth of that.

      And the more time Øbama spends on the golf course, the better.


    • chrissythehyphenated

      Fox News Email Update: “In a perfunctory press conference held to face an almost taunting press corps, Obama tried to invalidate the outcome. The president suggested that there was no clear message from voters beyond, inexplicably, a perceived desire for his agenda to be implemented.”


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