— ST Foreign Desk (@STForeignDesk) December 10, 2013
That’s a wonderful sentiment, of course. Was President Obama aiming the remark at Castro?
Castro "@ZekeJMiller: Obama: Too many leaders who claim solidarity w/Madiba freedom struggle, but not tolerate dissent from own people"
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) December 10, 2013
But wait a tic: Um, did he forget that whole “dissent is no longer patriotic” thing? Because, racist.
Who knew Obama had such a sense of humor? … Leaders must tolerate dissent… Good one, Chief… ㅠㅠ
— Stephen McGrath (@steve_mcgrath) December 10, 2013
Heh. Was it a joke or just a staggering lack of self-awareness once again?
@ZekeJMiller and guess who is one of them!
— tampa (@tampacigar4U) December 10, 2013
Citizens helped the president out with some truth:
— Mike Spinney (@spinzo) December 10, 2013
Pot calling Kettle> Obama: "Too many leaders claim solidarity w/ Madiba but do not tolerate dissent from their own people" #MandelaMemorial
— LizzyM (@LizzyM_TO) December 10, 2013
'There are too many leaders who follow Madiba's ideals but don't tolerated dissent from their own people' Obama does know he's that guy?
— volksverraaier (@thembi_lewis) December 10, 2013
— Pundit Review (@PunditReview) December 10, 2013
By allowing dissent, does Obama mean he forgot about the IRS investigating conservatives?
— Dan Gainor (@dangainor) December 10, 2013
And an exit reminder:
— Tom T. (@VRWCTexan) November 26, 2013