Geography is hard. So very hard.
When President Obama talked about slowing the rise of the oceans, we didn’t think he’d just do away with the Atlantic. But during the celebrity president’s Tuesday night appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” he relocated Charleston, Savannah and Jacksonville to the Gulf. We’re assuming that’s the Gulf of Mexico, but who knows?
— John White ن (@blackjohnwhite) August 7, 2013
We’re givers, so here you go, Mr. President.
Mr. Prez: "Charleston, South Carolina and Jacksonville, Florida, both in the Gulf Of Mexico"..Really? What happened to the #Atlantic Ocean?
— Madison Montana!! (@tlmontana) August 7, 2013
Did Obama really just say Charleston, South Carolina is on the gulf coast on national tv…#thatsourpresident
— Charlie Zenker (@Chapmasterflex) August 7, 2013
Pres say tonight on leno that we need to deepn our ports in the gulf like savana ga and charleston sc! Wtf that is not the gulf of mex!
— Dan Seago (@djs0824) August 7, 2013
— They call me Thor (@EricBeasley33W) August 7, 2013
Obama says we should deepen ports all along the gulf Charleston, Savannah Jacksonville. The gulf of Atlantic??
— sgdickerson (@sgdickerson) August 7, 2013
But … but … Mitt Romney hired women from binderzzzzzz!
Transcript of Obama’s Gulf remarks via Politico:
If we don’t deepen our ports all along the Gulf — places like Charleston, South Carolina, or Savannah, Georgia, or Jacksonville, Florida — if we don’t do that, those ships are going to go someplace else. And we’ll lose jobs. Businesses won’t locate here.
Video of the Great Port Relocation of 2013 starts at about the 3:05 mark here: