James Field (@UUJames) January 08, 2013
Oh, good grief! Ron Fournier penned an article for The National Journal, titled “The Perils of Being Aloof,” in which he theorizes that good schmoozing can make a good presidency.
As we know, Obama is arrogant; his hubris knows no bounds. He often acts as if the presidency is beneath him and totally boring.
Read Fournier’s article and decide on its merits yourself. In the meantime, feast your eyes on what the absurd Left took from it. Media Matters’ Willis offers the old “he won.”
Obama, so "aloof" and unable to connect he won back to back popular vote majorities.—
Oliver Willis (@owillis) January 08, 2013
Boehlert mumbles something about how “bipartisan” President Obama is for nominating Hagel.
He must be parroting the always pitiful Politico, who claimed the same thing: Hagel nod shows Obama’s “bipartisan spirit.” Hilarious.
"Aloof" means "Uppity" in Beltwayspeak. Just sayin.—
(@eclecticbrotha) January 08, 2013
Fournier is not alone. Sen. Graham and Joe Scarborough are blowing that dog whistle, too!
"How dare Obama choose whoever he wants to serve on his own cabinet! This President needs to stop acting so uppity" – What Sen. Graham means—
Luke Adams (@luketadams) January 08, 2013
The password is "uppity": @JoeNBC Slams Obama’s Isolation From Cong: Why Is He ‘Unable To Speak To Other Human Beings?’ mediaite.com/tv/morning-joe…—
Tommy Christopher (@tommyxtopher) January 04, 2013
Really, now this is just sad. The lame predictability is embarrassing. And the racism of the Left is disgusting. They, and only they, see President Obama as black only. Every single thing in the world revolves around the color of Obama’s skin. If that isn’t racist, what is?
Editor’s note: Post has been edited to remove a tweet that was included in error.