President Obama headed to the west coast yesterday, and his first stop was in Roseburg, Oregon, where the White House promised to not politicize the UCC shootings (nope, not at all). After that the president was off to a long weekend of golf and fundraisers, where he questioned Republicans’ love of country:
Pres Obama in Seattle: "Why are all these Republicans so down on America?Listening to them is really depressing…."
— Roger Simon (@politicoroger) October 10, 2015
Well isn’t that something?
— John! (@john1gun) October 10, 2015
@politicoroger We're not "down on America". We're "down" on HIS power-grabbing ass.
— #WriteInRubio (@corrcomm) October 10, 2015
.@politicoroger Obama isn't America. America is honorable.
— Wayne Austin (@WaynesterAtl) October 10, 2015
— The Beloved Debs (@McDebida) October 10, 2015
@politicoroger Its amazing what 7 years of horrific leadership can do to a country. @POTUSis is rubbing it in makes it appear intentional
— That Just Happened (@TheCornKing) October 10, 2015
@politicoroger He was married to someone who had never been proud of America until 2008, but Republicans…
— Tammy Hall (@tammyturtle55) October 10, 2015
Speaking of “down on America”:
Did his pastor say GD America? Yeah thought so. https://t.co/wVRfiFLTu4
— David Crotts (@davidcrotts) October 10, 2015
Sat for 20 years listening to Jeremiah Wright condemn America and Americans is the most vile and racist terms …. https://t.co/6ioxq9a8Ya
— TakingHayekSeriously (@FriedrichHayek) October 10, 2015
— Chuck Johnstone (@LGF_StPancake) October 10, 2015
And remember when Republicans were so down on America they pledged to “fundamentally transform” the country? Neither do we.