Pitiful. President Obama’s interview with ABC’s “This Week” was rife with idiocy. First, he made an outlandish claim in defense of his foreign policy: It’s not about “style points,” y’all! He also revisited the buffoonish notion that malefic ATMs are running around and stealing jobs all willy-nilly and stuff.
President Obama can parrot President Reagan’s words, but he ain’t no Reagan.
Under Reagan, we had American Exceptionalism. Under Obama, we have Putin telling us we're not. Obama is destroying US http://t.co/On8hJCgQGE
— TEA Party Mike (@DRM4GOD) September 12, 2013
— DomesticT3rr0r!st (@JimFak) September 12, 2013
— Jason Shepherd (@JasonShepherd) September 13, 2013
Reagan: "Mister Gorbachev, tear down this wall."
— Effin' A Right (@FNA_Right) September 12, 2013
Reagan would have responded to Putin in NYT with a point by point rebuttal that elevated America and educated readers. Obama cried.
— Objacktive (@TheJackOBrien) September 14, 2013
Actor Adam Baldwin retweeted The Daily Caller’s “Jim Treacher,” who put the difference between President Reagan and President Obama in a snarky nutshell.
"@jtLOL: Ronald Reagan: Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!
Barack Obama: Mr. Putin, how high would you like me to jump?"
— Tom Kovach (@TKovachNashvil) September 13, 2013
And a fellow Twitter user offers up a suggestion of a new phrase for President Obama:
— john edwards (@wuzafan) September 13, 2013