President Obama says he believes a deal can be made if the GOP would "peel off the partisan war paint."—
Adam Henry (@viewofadam) December 19, 2012
President Obama held a press conference today that was intended to focus on gun control. Instead, reporters’ first questions were about the fiscal cliff. When confronted about the progress in reaching a bipartisan deal, President Compromise had this to say:
"Peel off the partisan war paint" and get budget deal done. Obama is eloquent, reasoned in presss conf on guns, fiscal cliff.—
Vickie Elmer (@WorkingKind) December 19, 2012
Eloquent? Um, not exactly. In fact, isn’t it a bit … raaaaaacist?
War paint? Racist.—
karen Johnson (@karenAsperJohns) December 19, 2012
Obama talking about "partisan war paint." Umm—
(@toddstarnes) December 19, 2012
Quick! Quick! Someone get a hold of Fauxcahontas!
Meanwhile, about that whole new-tone thing:
Obama Republicans need to take off their war paint this is from the person who wants civil discourse—
Patricia Morlen (@Morlen4Distrct1) December 19, 2012
Battles, Fighting, War Paint, Cudgel, – when describing the Fiscal BS…. at the speech about violence reduction. Hello?—
Michael St James (@michaelstjames) December 19, 2012