Did Obama just ask me to dinner?
— Andrew Staroska (@astaroska) January 14, 2013
During today’s absurd press conference on the debt ceiling, President Obama evidently decided that we just aren’t smart enough to understand just how debt works.
Obama is still talking to Chuck Todd (and America) as if we're children.
— Randy Clemens™ (@bostonrandy) January 14, 2013
You don’t go out to dinner, he said, eat all you want, and leave without paying the check:
President Obama now taking a bold stance against dine and dash.
— Liz Mair (@LizMair) January 14, 2013
That’s how the GOP wants to do it:
POTUS says GOP trying to dine and dash
— James Pethokoukis (@JimPethokoukis) January 14, 2013
In order to simplify things for us rubes and bring things down to a level even we can understand, he compared our precarious situation to a choice between restaurants.
When it comes to balancing budgets, nations are not families. But nations might be people who go out to dinner.
— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) January 14, 2013
After years of hearing that U.S. finances are different from household finances, Obama compares debt issue to restaurant check.
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) January 14, 2013
We’ve got to be smart about this:
"Maybe we should go to a more modest restaurant. That's fine." — Barack Obama, January 14, 2013
— daveweigel (@daveweigel) January 14, 2013
Too bad Obama has such expensive tastes.
you don't go out dinner and spend a trillion dollars more than you have?
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) January 14, 2013
— PattiO (@soylentbeige) January 14, 2013
BREAKING NEWS — PRESIDENT OBAMA ADMITS HIS GOVERNMENT IS AN "EAT-ALL-YOU-WANT" BUFFET
— Joe Brooks (@joebrooks) January 14, 2013
Obama totally fails trying 2 make a "going out to dinner" analogy. You @BarackObama have been out to lunch for four years and left the bill!
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) January 14, 2013
Apparently Obama is hungry.
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) January 14, 2013
For more of our money. He needs to fund his party habit, after all.
Obama: "I like a good party." Also, he likes for the taxpayers to pick up the tab.
— Demetrius Minor (@dminor85) January 14, 2013
If this is the way he parties, I think I'd rather party with someone else.
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) January 14, 2013