Sally M (@proverbial_one) January 22, 2013
In his analysis of President Obama’s inauguration speech, Fox News’ Bret Baier was surprised that more attention wasn’t paid to what he thought was a familiar phrase: “peace in our time.”
And we must be a source of hope to the poor, the sick, the marginalized, the victims of prejudice – not out of mere charity, but because peace in our time requires the constant advance of those principles that our common creed describes: tolerance and opportunity; human dignity and justice.
Even more surprising than the lifting of a line from Neville Chamberlain, though, was a tweet to Baier asking, who’s Neville Chamberlain?
Baier’s response? Google it.
A LoFo voter just Tweeted Bret Baier "Who was Neville Chamberlain?"
Bret politely answered then asked, "If you can Tweet, can't you Google?"—
Lucianne Goldberg (@LucianneLinks) January 23, 2013
Laugh of the night Bret Baier: if you can tweet it you can Google it—
Harris (@harrisng) January 22, 2013
So, which is more troubling? That Americans don’t know who Neville Chamberlain was, or that the president chose him to quote in his inaugural address?